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Re: [xml-dev] XML support in browsers?

Andrew Welch wrote:
>>> There is no doubt that people typically either love XSLT or hate it:
>>> that's
>>> easily confirmed by seeing what people are tweeting. The latter category
>>> tend to be those who hoped they could pick it up learning by example in a
>>> spare couple of hours, and were disappointed to discover that the concepts
>>> are too deep for that to be possible,
>> The funny (and frankly sad) thing to me is that the XSLT community often
>> still expresses, as above, that the problem is that their technology just
>> isn't appreciated enough by shallow resentful folks who just want to cut and
>> paste.
> Not really... the sad thing is when someone dismisses XSLT, or worse
> encourages others to dismiss it, long before they've had the "ah-haa"
> moment where the recursive-descent processing model clicks, or that
> the transform is tree to tree rather than string construction.
> I haven't met or read an article by someone yet that really knows XSLT
> well and doesn't like it.

Did you mean to demonstrate what I'd just stated?

Simon St.Laurent

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