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Re: Future of jadetex (Was: First Open Source Documentation Summit at the O'Reilly Open Source Convention

On Thursday 20 July 2000, at 19 h 37, the keyboard of Sebastian Rahtz 
<sebastian.rahtz@computing-services.oxford.ac.uk> wrote:

> > Because there is a free "free as in free speech, not free as in free beer" 
> > tool for DSSSL, which works on all Unices? 
> same is true for XSL

There are several free XSLT engines but many depend on non-free systems (it's 
very difficult to make XT work with kaffe, for instance).
> > And XSL implementations need a 
> > non-free Java virtual machine or are too new/buggy? 
> no, sorry, not so. there are XSLT implementations in C++ and Python, and
> there are free Javas (eg IBMs)

No, IBM has no "free as in free speech, not free as in free beer" Java Virtual 
Machine. Or tell me the reference.

The only two more-or-less working Java VM which are free are kaffe and gcj.

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