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Re: W3C-transformation language petition

From: "Jonathan Borden" <jborden@------------>
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Date: 3/8/1999 10:40:00 AM
Chris Maden wrote:

>I actually resent XSL a bit for diverting attention from DSSSL; I've
>invested a fair amount of intellectual energy in understanding DSSSL,
>and would rather have an improved DSSSL than a new language.  But I
>need the power, and I don't care whether it manifests itself in
>parentheses, pointy brackets, or curly braces.


Go with the flow (objects :-) The concepts remain the same, its only the
semicolons, commas and type of brackets that change.

Jonathan Borden
http://jabr.ne.mediaone.net



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