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From Peter Donald <dona...@mad.scientist.com>
Subject Re: Content view separation... are we making a mess? ;-)
Date Mon, 25 Sep 2000 04:36:31 GMT
ugg - damn illiteracy skills struck again :P

At 02:30  25/9/00 +1000, you wrote:
>At 11:53  19/9/00 -0400, you wrote:
>>
>>> Generation is the act of producting XML content without XML input
>>
>>Generation is part of transformation.  XSP also "transforms" in the sense
>>that it is often consuming some data.  The only difference is that the
>>input data is not constrained to be tree-shaped.
>
>umm not sure where you coming from but Generation is not part of
>transformation - go look in a dictionary. XSLT allows input data not to be
>tree shaped as well via extentions. So in many ways XSLT and XSP are
>seperated 

not so much by implementation but conceptually.


Cheers,

Pete

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