12.4. Java

Each implementation of XSLT that we've chosen to emphasize is described according to three basic characteristics. First, the installation is explained in sufficient detail that users unfamiliar with, for example, Java CLASSPATHs, will still be able to take advantage of the software that requires them. Second, the various special extensions added by each package are presented. Finally, any caveats or unimplemented features are noted, not as an evaluation, but as a summary of frequently discussed aspects of the software that are useful in planning how to work with XSLT stylesheets and how to utilize XSLT processing software.

In Section 12.3.1, we offer an opportunity to learn to install the JDK (Java Development Kit) that is required ...

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