December 2012: This WhatIf project has been retired, but will remain here for reference.
I am pleased to announce that the Intel SOA Expressway XSLT 2.0 Processor is now available for download from whatif.intel.com, the Intel experimental software site. It's in the newest project in the "Designing New Capabilities" category.
We have released a beta version of this processor as a standalone executable program so that anyone in the XML and XSLT community can try it out for personal use and evaluation. Because our XSLT processor is normally only available bundled with Intel SOA Expressway, it's difficult for anyone outside of that product's customer base in the web services market to try out. We believe that XSLT 2.0 is a significant step forward for the XSLT standard. With this release we hope to show our progress toward this standard for our market as well as demonstrate our commitment to XML technologies to the broader XML community.
The development team has worked long and hard for the past several months to achieve a high level of conformance in this beta version. I want to recognize the commitment shown by this team to implement the XSLT 2.0 standard and congratulate them on their fantastic progress to date.
We invite you to download the program and let us know what you think by commenting here or in our WhatIf software forum.