RE: XSLT vs Omnimark
Hi Paul, Paul said: XSLT is absolutely different concept. I don't understand how those 2 things could be compared. We are not comparing XSLT with perl, right ? Didier replies: Just to fix the clocks :-) A) XSLT is a rule based language. A document tree is created, then pattern are matched on this tree and template's content are included in the result tree right? B) Omnimark is a rule based language. But I am not so sure if it builds a document tree. XSLT template: <xsl:template match="element"> ...your stuff here.... </xsl:template> omnimark rule: element "element" ... put your stuff here.... In both cases the rule is fired when the rule's pattern is matched with the document's corresponding node. So Paul, Omnimark is nearer to XSLT concepts than PERL. To compare PERL with XSLT is like comparing potatoes with oranges but comparing Omnimark to XSLT is like comparing two kinds of oranges. Cheers Didier PH Martin ---------------------------------------------- Email: martind@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Conferences: Web Chicago(http://www.mfweb.com) XML Europe (http://www.gca.org) Book: XML Professional (http://www.wrox.com) column: Style Matters (http://www.xml.com) Products: http://www.netfolder.com XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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