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On Sun, 24 Mar 2002 15:15:32 EST, 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? Or if we are already too late for that, into the XSLT 3.0
Before we suffer too much angst here, let me ask if Mikes example is actually perfectly harmless.
I know I've had several situations where I have some procedural code, then an XSLT transform,
and maybe some more code. In those cases I certainly felt no shame in taking anything that was
hard in XSLT and easy in procedural code and just sticking it into one of the code segments rather
than tearing my hair over the XSLT, If I hadn't already been writing code I'd have tried harder on the XSLT.
IMO, that's working smart, not either dumb programmer or bad spec.