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3/24/2002 3:15:32 PM, AndrewWatt2000@aol.com wrote:
>I don't know if this will be productive/practical on a mailing list but are
>you able to summarise what your contacts were unable to achieve for their
>customers using XSLT? If XSLT isn't working in the real world (or part of it)
>as you suggest isn't it time to be feeding such real world feedback into the
>XSLT 2.0 process?
First, I only got an impression that folks in the Real World were having
trouble applying XSLT to actual customer specs for web applications. I
don't have the details, nor do I understand XSLT myself enough to know
whether this is XSLT's problem, their problem, the customers asking for
something unreasonable, or what.
Second, my colleage Michael Kay *does* know an immense amount about XSLT,
has a fair amount of Real World contact as far as I know, and is on
the XSLT working group. I trust that he is passing on feedback to the WG.