Re: [xsl] commenting and documenting XSLT (small survey)

Subject: Re: [xsl] commenting and documenting XSLT (small survey)
From: "cking" <cking@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 15 Jul 2004 00:53:30 +0200
Hi Wendell,

Thank you! And yes I'll work on that part a bit, first now, 
I mean add some info: what is this, how to get it, and a list of ideas
and..... Of course, I am interested in your amendments.

It also amazes me how fast you can work things out in XSLT,
I really enjoy learning it, I like it because of its rigidity and yet
complete flexibility, and it also overthrows old concepts
like: what? a programming language with variables that
can't change once assigned a value? and then you try to fit
it into XSLT and the solution turns out to be logical and simple.
Well, sometimes it's difficult, too, and it's real nice to have a list 
like this, with so many helpful experts.

Anton Triest

so check back, I'll update this shortly (maybe I'll first get some sleep :)*
* or another coffee?

<quote from="Wendell Piez" to="xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx">
> Very nice.
> But it isn't documented! :-> Or it is, but you don't give yourself any 
> credit at the top, or tell us where to go to find it (I'm amending my copy).
> Not only does this serve as a good demonstration of what can be done, but 
> also it dramatizes the "network effects" of using XML/XSLT technologies 
> consistently. You prototyped and floated this in less than a week -- would 
> a non-XML approach even be off the drawing boards in that time?

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