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Subject: client side transformation using docbook-xsl


I am having some trouble with client-side transformation using docbook-xsl via  
debian etch and apache 2.x. It works great with IE7, but firefox 2.x and 3.0 
both display only the text (stripped of xml tags). Firefox also gives 
numerous messages about localization issues. I understand this may be a no-go 
with firefox for at least two reasons:

1. A mime-type error when fetching the VERSION file from docbook.xsl - FF 
complains about a missing file extension (this is supposed to be security?)

2. document() function in l10n.xsl, right at the top:

	<xsl:param name="l10n.xml" select="document('../common/l10n.xml')"/>
	<xsl:param name="local.l10n.xml" select="document('')"/>

Apparently FF has problems with fetching l10n.xml and this is giving rise to 
numerous issues. . .

Problem number 1 seems solvable. 

My question is this: Is it possible to do client-side transformations using 
firefox and docbook-xsl at all? Problem number two seems like it may be 
related to a bug/feature of FF and not solvable, or is related to my apache 
setup and may require more work to find the problem. Before I proceed any 
further, it would be great to know if any one has had success doing 
client-side transformations with firefox and apache.



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