__/ [Alex] on Tuesday 18 October 2005 22:09 \__
> hmm yeah that's not really what I need. Basicly I need to transform the
> XSL to another file format that (almost) every Palm can read, so that
> no external reader is necessary.(It's my job to create something in
> java that can read XSL files and display them) I probably ask something
> very easy but I can't seem to find a closing answer online.
> So is there nothing like (for example a IE built in a windows system
> for viewing .html files) a specific file format that every palm can
> read and show where I can transform the XSL to?
Ahh... with this clarification, I better understand now what you seek. I
know XSL all too well and now that you mention Java I can imagine what you
try to achieve. I am trying to think of some older Palm models and what
they incorporate 'out of the box'. One thing you could do is output plain
text with some indentation that, in turn, any simple built-in application
like memo pad should be able to interpret. There are then concerns over
the 4KB limit and maybe line fitting (there is no wrapping). I am afraid
that there is not much else you can afford to do unless you are willing to
require a user to install some software. Laurent's suggestions are exac-
tly right assuming you wind up going down that route.
Hope it helps,
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