Re: Please help with XSL proselytizing
Guy> It's horses for courses. In some ways, yes, it rather reminds me of Emacs v vi. Some people insist on using vi when Emacs is clearly the OneTrueEditor, it's an argument that has happily gone on for a decade or more with no sign of abating. But there is a difference here. XSL will presumably be going to a vote of W3C to become a recommendation. What happens if these `xxx is harmful' threads result in a no vote? David XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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