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From "Hunsberger, Peter" <Peter.Hunsber...@stjude.org>
Subject RE: Flow wishlist :)
Date Mon, 25 Nov 2002 20:24:30 GMT
><snip/>
>> > At the same time, everybody considered the sitemap one of the core
>> > features of Cocoon and, for sure, this isn't going to go away any time 
>> > soon (not even for Cocoon 3.0). this doesn't mean we can't innovate or 
>> > propose alternative solutions to cohexist, but for now, I'd concentrate

>> > on keeping our design focus on what we have.
>> 
>> I certainly wouldn't expect sitemap to go away, even if the capability 
>> I suggest was implemented.  In particular, one might want to use both 
>> capabilities, directing only some URIs to the router type XSLT that 
>> I'm looking at.  Depending on how it was implemented one might also 
>> want to use the sitemap to specify how the context for the router XSLT 
>> was built up (aggregation patterns).
>
> Couldn't you do this very simply (well...) with a URIResolver? (yes)
> 
> Hook up the URIResolver to to cocoon generators, transformers
what-have-you

Unless I'm missing something I don't think that's really the problem; I'd
still need the equivalent of an XSLT:transform tag to tell the stylesheet to
jump to another stylesheet once it figured out who to call...  Maybe I'm
looking at the problem up-side down?


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