RE: multiple versions

Subject: RE: multiple versions
From: "Jennifer Westerberg" <jen -at- kurant -dot- com>
To: "TECHWR-L" <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Wed, 12 Jun 2002 09:37:07 -0700

Switching to XML/XSLT does require the ability to use the XSLT language, but
I was able to figure it out using some good references. Here are some
places to start if you're interested:

Info about DITA: - this
site includes downloadable samples, which really helped me understand how
this stuff works together. XML info:

Book: XSLT Programmer's Reference 2nd Edition by Michael - I LIVED in this
book when getting started.

Also, I searched the microsoft.public.xsl and comp.text.xml newsgroups quite
a bit, and whenever I posted got really helpful answers.

As much as I love using this system, it does take quite a bit of planning
and time to set it up. Fortunately, my boss was extremely supportive of my
taking the time to get it all set up - in part because I was able to make
the argument that it would be cheaper to maintain (and localize) in the long

If you want more detailed info, feel free to contact me offline.

--Jennifer Westerberg
jen -at- kurant -dot- com

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