Subject: Re: [xsl] Announcement: Dexter - XSL Transform Generation Tool|
From: Sascha Mantscheff <922492@xxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 18 Jan 2008 11:38:16 +0100
Dexter paths are based on a modified data-path notation similar to XPath but, in the authors opinion, not quite as ugly and a little more intuitive. Attributes, specified in XPath by '@', are indicated with ':'. in dexterity. The '@' operator is instead adopted by dexterity to introduce the path function suffix. The variable-depth path, notated in XPath as './/', dexter adopts the ant-inspired '**' instead.
I find this confusing. Am I the only one? s.m.
It is my pleasure to announce the betas release of Dexter, an open source tool, published under the Artistic License 2.0
Dexter is designed to simplify common XSL productions with it's extensible framework.
I am very interested in feedback, most especially from members of this list. Please direct any feedback to either the issue tracker on the project page, or directly to michael@xxxxxxxxxx with the word 'Dexter' placed prominently in the subject line.
Thank you for your attention.
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