Subject: Re: [xsl] XML structure to HTML unordered list From: "M. David Peterson" <m.david@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> Date: Sun, 09 Sep 2007 13:54:39 -0600
On Sun, 09 Sep 2007 13:27:57 -0600, Colin Paul Adams
But it turned out to be too limited - I couldn't get return values back..
Yeah, that would definitely limit things a bit. Have you add a look at
the Dynamic Language Runtime at all? It's open-sourced under the MSPL
(the most liberal (BSD-like) license MSFT offers), runs on Mono quite
well, and if the hooks were provided you could gain the advantage of
writing extension functions in any DLR supported language which at present
VBx (Dynamic VB.) This would also pave the way for providing in-browser
support via Silverlight which has the DLR embedded directly into its
core. And as per my last response to Abel, could provide the perfect
bridge to both SpiderMonkey and Tamarin as well. That's quite the
language and technology span!
Of course at this stage of the conversation I think we've reached the
edges of what can be tolerated as on topic for XSL-List. I'll need to
track down the mailing list first (shouldn't be too hard ;-), but I'll
move this conversation to the Gestalt mailing list where it would
obviously be more appropriate. Abel, I assume you are subscribed to the
Gestalt mailing list as well?