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From: Martin Klang [mailto:email@example.com]
>well it's not quite the XSLT data model, and it's not used in the
>transformation of XML files in the same way as XSLT. but pretty close.
>a lot of people don't like XSLT because it doesn't fit their view of
>what a _real_ programming language should look like.
>others don't like it because it doesn't fit their view of what _real_ XML
>is. but come on, loosen up a bit chaps! it's just a bloody tool, you don't
>have to use it if you don't want to.
Ok. I was simply trying to understand it as an exercise in exploring
what Bosworth was alluding to: as I said, and the alternatives are?
Otherwise, I've no objections to the objects. :-) We built something
like that for the US Navy MID (circa '93/95). We got the bejesus beat
out of us by SGMLers who were enamored of HTML and the HTMLers who
didn't understand why it might be a good idea to script in the
same syntax as the content was marked. Times change and what
was once a dog can become a dog show champion. Taste, partially,
but also functionality when the desirability of it is realized.
>use the source, len.
>not all on the www is html. sorry for not making it clear on the page.
Not a problem. I did look at the source, and view sourced the
stylesheet link. The stylesheet link was confusing me because I
expected it to be XSLT. The executes worked great.