Re: XSLT in UML
Hi Manuel, Have you considered the use of "Activity Diagrams"? Activity Diagrams are as close to flow charting, or process control in UML as one can get. Regards, topdog >From: Manuel Baehnisch <s716631@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> >Date: Mon Nov 28 16:52:33 CST 2005 >To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx >Subject: XSLT in UML >Are there any current efforts or already drafts on the issue of >describing XSLT-templates in a UML-like language? For my thesis I >would like to explain some of the more complex templates using >diagrams. But as it seems there is nothing like UML for the >declarative paradigm, is it? > >My inital thought was to use something like a flow-chart as it is used >in procedural languages. Knowing that the diagrams would suggest a >linear execution even though its unknown in which order the >processor calls the templates it seemed like the best approach to me. > >Any better ideas? Otherwise I would have to "invent" something myself. >Manuel Baehnisch
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