davidc at nag.co.uk
Thu Dec 8 12:10:53 CET 2011
On 08/12/2011 10:29, Professor James Davenport wrote:
> [I've had a deafening silence in response to my C# query!]
not used it with om but the microsoft parser is in most respects pretty
good (and apart from some white space annoyances not particularly
relevant to openmath) fairly conformant. You didn't say what you were
planning to do with the parser, the microsoft xslt implementation is a
fairly robust xslt 1, or saxon/.net (which uses the microsoft .net xml
parser by default) is of course a very conformant xslt 2 implementation.
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