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From Roger Vaughn <rogervau...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: [NOISE] XSLT (was: Re: The RIGHT Direction for ANT)
Date Wed, 10 Jan 2001 23:08:41 GMT
Ok, granted.  I've made some monsters myself.  But
XML-to-XML translation, for Ant purposes, should
normally involve only the simple stuff.  See some of
the examples I posted last night.

--- Jon Stevens <jon@latchkey.com> wrote:
> on 1/10/2001 2:07 PM, "Roger Vaughn"
> <rogervaughn@yahoo.com> wrote:
> 
> > You're certainly entitled to your own opinion on
> XSLT.
> > I really do have to wonder what you saw that
> turned
> > you off so completely, though - in basic use it is
> > *very* simple.
> 
> That is the problem...in basic use, it IS simple.
> But it is MUCH more
> difficult as complexity increases. That is bad.
> 
> For example, solve this problem:
> 
> Create a .xsl style sheet that does XML->HTML
> transformations and properly
> makes _relative_ links to images in a directory
> structure that is more than
> one level deep in both HTML files as well as image
> files. Oh yea, and don't
> make it super complicated or require hard coding of
> attributes in .xml
> files. :-)
> 
> I have yet to get a solution to this one, yet it
> should be simple.
> 
> thanks,
> 
> -jon
> 
> 
>
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