At 3:47 PM -0300 3/26/04, Carlos Eduardo Beluzo wrote: >Hello, first a want to present myself. >I'm Carlos and i'm gradueted in Informatics by the Universidade de São >Paulo - São Carlos - SP - Brasil. >Now i'm doing my MS on Aeronautics Engineering in the same university. My >work will be part of a Flight Simulator. I'll implement a the equations that >describe the dynamic and control of flight. So i was looking up on the WEB >for informations or something intersting, then i found out this project and >starts to read more about it because a liked it. > >But i'm writing because i foud this on DAVE-ML's site and got a little >trouble: > >"We are also experimenting with being able to convert DAVE-ML files into >HTML documents, using a Java-based tool known as eXtensible Something Linear >Translation (XSLT)." > >XSLT wouldn't be Extensible Stylesheet Language-Transformation??
Carlos, My apologies: your post somehow got lost in my in-box. So I hope this message will still reach you at school! You are correct: XSLT is indeed as you quoted. I need to fix the DAVE-ML page to reflect the correct acronym definition. At NASA we spend a lot of effort developing TLA's, but since this is a FLA, I was unable to process it using standard TLA tools and processes. That is why the definition escaped me when writing. Thanks again for your post! -- Bruce Jackson P.S. TLA -> Three Letter Identifier. Thanks to JGB for the TLA 'TLA'. -- Bruce Jackson mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Dynamics and Control Branch 18C West Taylor Street MS 132 Airborne Systems Competency NASA Langley Research Center Building 1192C, Room 149 Hampton, VA 23681-0001 scud://N 37 05'31.7" W 76 22'55.1" http://dcb.larc.nasa.gov/DCBStaff/ebj/ebj.html "There is no try"