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Re: XSLT vs Perl

Subject: Re: XSLT vs Perl
From: roger.day@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Tue, 3 Feb 2004 12:34:01 +0000
xsl fo perl

Xslt has been designed as a language with a purpose; perl has neither of
these attributes, hence perl's chaotic nature and unmaintainabilty. But I
think, as well, it's a matter of apples and pears. An XSLT application
would, IMO, also include Java or some other language. Perl fills in any gap
it can gets it's paws on, but I'd rather use python if push came to shove.



                      David Tolpin                                                                                                              
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I have just finished reading the working draft for XSLT 2.0. Forgive me
the crudeness: what are advantages of XSLT 2.0 over Perl (

David Tolpin

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