Re: Well-established uses of processing instructions?
On May 8, 2005, at 10:32 PM, Vladimir Gapeyev wrote: > I am curious to know to what uses have people put XML processing > instructions. I am more interested in those that have a "community" > around them (manifesting itself by a de jure or a de facto > standard, or > multiple applications that understand the PI, or large amount of > document > instances with unrelated authorship) rather than in made-up samples, > however plausible they are. Any pointers? > > Kid  is an XML based template language that uses PIs to embed Python code. It's similar to PHP with the following exceptions: 1. Documents must be well-formed. (Output is guaranteed to be well- formed) 2. PIs cannot generated output. They prepare data only, which is then referenced from attribute based constructs or XSLTish attribute interpolation.  Project: http://lesscode.org/projects/kid/ Language: http://lesscode.org/doc/kid/0.6/language.html Ryan Tomayko rtomayko@g... http://naeblis.cx/rtomayko/
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