Related link: http://bugzilla.opendarwin.org/show_bug.cgi?id=6638
In a recent response to a post made to XSL-List regarding the Sarissa project, an OSS cross-browser scripting utility many of us have come to rely on for a multitude of browsed-based XML processing and rendering tasks, as well as bringing a common wrapper-based API to the various implementations of Microsoft’s XMLHTTP data request object, Emmanouil Batsis (Manos), the Sarissa project developer writes:
Currently i’ve fixed a number of Safari and Opera bugs and investigating XSLT support for Opera 9.
BTW i’m also trying to gather interest and a bounty for DOM L3 XPath support in Safari here [see below]. Any help appreciated :-)
Thanks Manos! I think its safe to state we are *ALL* Looking forward to your next release :)
For those who have interest in helping out, please visit http://bugzilla.opendarwin.org/show_bug.cgi?id=6638 or leave a comment below.
If you would like to have Manos contact you directly, please leave a quick comment with your prefered method of contact. I will notify Manos to keep an eye out on this post for any and all parties interested. Thanks!