Re: The XSL-List Digest V2 #31
>This said, I also like the transforming part of XSL but my hands >don't like the verbose syntax :-) Just a quick reminder that among the basic assumptions behind XML was the assertion that verbosity was not an issue since (a) human-readability is more important, (b) entry tools would spring up so users weren't typing the boilerplate, and (c) compression algorithms are widely available. You might want to investigate (b). Some reasonable tools are starting to appear. ______________________________________ Joe Kesselman / IBM Research Unless stated otherwise, all opinions are solely those of the author. XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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