Re: XSLT functions for JSON
Sure. But instead of attempting to make two incompatible formats compatible, as per my follow-up comment to Robert, why not use an XPath abstraction layer to make that happen?
In case this conversation sways to far away from XSLT, I've posted a follow-up to my previous post @http://www.oreillynet.com/xml/blog/2008/05/jesper_tverskovxsllist_more_on.html. For this interested in the non-XSLT related side of this conversation, might I suggest we pick up the conversation via the comments section of the same linked post?
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