Author: Mike Cardwell Date: To: exim-users Subject: Re: [exim] Improving Exim Documentation: A Simple Suggestion
>> As for the static vs dynamic argument, XSLT is perfect for this sort of
>> documentation. You shove the document content in some simple static
>> files, and then write separate stylesheets for the html version of the
>> doc, and the pdf version, etc.
> In terms of browser support, if you are thinking of client-side XSLT, that
> support isn't there yet (http://www.w3schools.com/XSL/xsl_browsers.asp). If
> you try for server-side XSLT that instantly means you need some form of
> script parsing engine like ASP or PHP which can introduce maintenance issues
> if the language ever changes (PHP is quite susceptible to this as extensions
> change quite a bit in major releases... and hosting providers usually see no
> issue in upgrading to newer versions of PHP).
It's much simpler to just use the Apache mod_xslt module: