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is apache's xalan the only way to create cross-platform javascript code in XSLT? I'd like something simpler, like <script> and <eval> in MSXML. If it is the only way, do you know any good tutorials on it?

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There is no such thing as cross platform JavaScript code in xslt. What are you trying to achieve?

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I'm trying to develop an extremely complicated XML format that implements countless things that XSLT doesn't support (ie variables that change), but I want to make sure it's cross platform, since it's already implementing java, XSLT, and XML, which are all platform independent. What about Apache's Xalan?

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