Re: Output of a FLowchart from XML
> so quickly. While challenging, I do not believe a pure SVG application such > as you describe would be too much for XML/XSLT. On the contrary, it could > be really nice and slick. Yet as you think about how it would develop, I do > think you will find it profitable to break out the problem into several > stages. For example, if you defined a set of "flowchart primitives", you I agree -- although schedule may be an issue. The transformation to the text format for input into the flowcharting app would probably be similar to the task of transforming to the "flowchart primitives". I may go with the flowcharting app solution for the first deadline, then perhaps switch to a pure SVG approach. > haven't already, you should Google for XML, flowcharts, SVG, XSLT. And if > we're lucky we'll hear more ... watch this space. Done a fair amount of looking around, but more focused on flowcharting apps that accept text as an input. Next week I'll do more specific searches in support of a pure SVG approach. And I'll look for replies to this post of course! Cheers, ...sam XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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