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From Torsten Curdt <tcu...@dff.st>
Subject Re: XSP vrs. transforms.
Date Thu, 24 Oct 2002 09:17:55 GMT
On Thursday 24 October 2002 10:08, Enke, Michael wrote:
> Also in computer magazin articles from Matthew and Carsten
> I read the same: XSP has no future in Cocoon.
> But in my mind I can do things with xsp much easier and more
> flexible than with transformers.
> I did not follow the discussions about this topic but
> I cann't imagine that xsp will really be thrown away.

Guys - don't worry! Although everyone has his favorites.... I am sure noone 
really want to throw it away! I has been in Cocoon1 and it will always be in 
Cocoon2.

I do have to admit: I was a XSP lover and became very biased right now. The 
generate-compile cycle is quite clumsy. Logicsheet debugging can be a pain. 

Also compare the treeprocessor with the compiled sitemap... I am so happy we 
made that move!! (thanx sylvain ;-)

...but it's not always "the way" to go. I don't think we have "the way" in 
cocoon - which can also be a problem. Especially for newbies....

cheers
--
Torsten

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