Re: XSLT vs JSP
Chuck Robey wrote: > > But that was what it was intended to be, something that an editor could > use to design a document. Do you have evidence to back up that assertion? Nobody I have spoken to that was involved with that effort ever gave me the impression that DSSSL was supposed to remove the need for specialized technical expertise. > Editors do that, you know, I've known > several, they don't ask programmers to do that for them, at least until > DSSSL tried to force that. You know several editors working in medium-sized SGML or XML systems that write all of their stylesheets themselves? Do they do both print and online publishing? What style tools and languages are they using? Is it a policy of these companies that people hired to do "editing" be technical enough to write stylesheets for generic markup? -- Paul Prescod - ISOGEN Consulting Engineer speaking for only himself http://itrc.uwaterloo.ca/~papresco "The new revolutionaries believe the time has come for an aggressive move against our oppressors. We have established a solid beachhead on Friday. We now intend to fight vigorously for 'casual Thursdays.' -- who says America's revolutionary spirit is dead? XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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