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Re: [xsl] XSLT 2.0 : Deployment

From: Frans Englich <frans.englich@--------->
Date: 10/31/2005 6:26:00 PM
On Monday 31 October 2005 17:28, Wendell Piez wrote:
> At 11:40 AM 10/31/2005, Mike wrote:

> An embarrassing amount of XML is transformed with XSLT by calling
> processors from DOS batch files.

That's my impression too: simple scripts & build systems is common, at least  
in some parts of the open source community.

Personally, the most sophisticated way I've used an XSL-T engine is libxslt 
via the Python bindings, otherwise it have all been scripts, build systems 
and <?xml-stylesheet ?> in browsers.




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