Re: [xsl] metrics for evaluating xsl-t?

Subject: Re: [xsl] metrics for evaluating xsl-t?
From: Andrew Franz <afranz0@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 25 Aug 2006 08:34:16 +1000
I agree with you - and there's certainly merit in developing complexity metrics focused on XSLT as a tool to
a) improve effectiveness of using XSL:T; or
b) evaluate XSLT against other possible solutions
I would be cautious about how they might be used at the "idiot manager" level, i.e. by people who have no understanding of the meaning behind the numbers.

bryan rasmussen wrote: <snip>

At any rate there are two types of metrics, one is the metrics of how
to determine how complex a stylesheet or number of stylesheets is, the
other are metrics for determining possible complexity of a
transformation task before it is done, especially as it pertains to
integrating transformations that must be integrated into a
transformation based solution.

Cheers, Bryan Rasmussen

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