> The biggest con with Cocoon is managing the beast. Cocoon 2.2 does > configuration/application management better, but it has fewer (stable) > features. > > I can give you a better assessment if you give me more info on XProc and > what you are trying to do. It's just that someone told me they were thinking of using Cocoon for a project and my initial reaction was "don't do that"... based on nothing more than sentiment and distant memory of people complaining about it (sorry Cocoon!) I suggested they look at XProc as (to a certain extent I think) it's a modern lightweight alternative for Cocoon... but please correct me if I'm wrong. Personally I sometimes think that for all the initial gains you get from using something like Cocoon you lose further into the project when you have to workaround the limitations/quirks of the system... -- Andrew Welch http://andrewjwelch.com Kernow: http://kernowforsaxon.sf.net/
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