Re: XSLT vs Omnimark
James Robertson writes: > Well, from where I stand: > > * XSLT is becomming pretty common, so many > people understand it. > > * Omnimark is much more powerful, and extensible. since both are extensible, hard to see how one can be more powerful than the other.... > * Omnimark has regular expressions, which are vital > for almost all real-world work. It also has > much cleaner handling of multiple files, data > structures, etc. I think I might disagree there. the fact that XSLT forces you to use XML as your data structure for *everything* is a good clean thing > * Both have strange, bizzare syntaxes. the syntax of XSLT is XML. bizarre semantics, maybe, but the syntax is a doddle > * Both are free. but only one has multiple implementations > * Omnimark can easily handle 100+ meg documents > without requiring unreasonable amounts of RAM. and can it _sort_ that 100 megabyte document? sebastian XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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