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"Rich Salz" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> The point that hand-authored XML may be a small percentage of the
>> volume but it is more important as assets in the typical system is a
>> very interesting one that I'll have to think about.
> Don't forget to include other XML "languages" such as XSLT.
For the last three years I have been using a nice XSLT IDE to write XSLT
code. Without the XSelerator I wouldn't have written probably half of this
As the technology matures we're having a growing number of other very good
XSLT IDEs around -- the one in Visual Studio 2005, Stylus Studio, Oxygen,
With this tendency in mind I predict that in the nearest future
any serious XSLT development that is not based on the use of an XSLT IDE
will be close to zero.