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From Torsten Curdt <tcu...@dff.st>
Subject Re: [RT] reconsidering pipeline semantics
Date Thu, 04 Jul 2002 11:03:50 GMT
reading this thread it seems we are approaching the function-based sitemap... 
expressed in XML. What a lot of people tried to avoid in the flow discussion.

Pipelines seem to become more of a function-like programming construct... 
which is not bad at all. IMO it would make a lot of sitemap constructs much 
less verbose... That's what Ovidiu was talking about long time ago.. it is 
possible to have a sitemap written in javascript (or of course java)
Question is only - do we want this to happen?

If so: I'm wondering if should try to find a more general way to it
If not: Are sure we want all those extensions discussed in this thread
If maybe: let's discuss ;-)

BTW: having pipelines as a function-like construct might be a good bridge to 
axis to support webservices (maybe)

just my RT on this thread...
--
Torsten

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