Hi folks, I find it difficult to come up with a consistent coding style for XSLT. It seems that some form of indentation and line-break decisions would be useful, but exactly what rules to follow for maximum readability seem hard to determine. Has anyone given serious thought to this problem? I'm in a situation where multiple people may start sending me patches for my xslt files (and accompanying makefiles), and I want to have some guidelines to give them, so the files don't become spaghettified. Be well, Zack -- Zack Brown XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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