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Leigh Dodds wrote:
>Interesting. Looks to like XSLT-- or AFs++. I think this
>is worth pursuing further.
The XSLT-like syntax is an intention; since everybody knows XSLT, people
would be able to use the most of features in an intuitive way. However,
there are some fundamental incompabilities with XSLT such as
I will try to create a bit more consistent definition of the streaming
language soon I and would be very glad to discuss it with those who may
>Lately, I've realised that while we've got a nice collection of
>schema languages, there's not a great deal to choose from in
>other areas (except tree models perhaps). So exploring other
>kinds of transformation mechanisms seems like a good thing
>I can see this being particularly useful when written as
>a Cocoon Transformer.