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Discussion in 'Mac Apps and Mac App Store' started by amnesta3, Jun 17, 2004.
Will it ever? What version / release date?
I've wondered this myself, but I also believe that only IE for windows currently includes a built in XSLT processor (but i could be wrong).
is there a reason you need safari to support xslt? Are you using it for a web app? I recently did some xslt work and we performed the processing on the server side and delivered the client just html.
Even though I use Safari mostly, I wish that Microsoft would continue to develop IE for the Mac just for things like this.
I agree it's a disaster, but it actually has better CSS support than IE5/Windows, just not IE6.
Agreed, we no longer support IE5 with our web apps, my reference point was IE 6 Win. I should have specified.