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From Brian Johnson <johns...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Why cocoon sucks
Date Tue, 17 Dec 2002 03:08:49 GMT
With a well-designed set of transformation, you won't have to update 
every one of your stylesheets for a single attribute change. For 
instance, I use the xsl:copy tag to simply copy as-is any element that 
I'm not interested in doing something with in a particular stylesheet.

On Thursday, December 12, 2002, at 06:39  AM, Kasper Nielsen wrote:

> Okay this is a question not a statement!
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> For a short synopsis at school I'm looking for points to areas where 
> cocoon
> and stacking an endlessly number of XSL transformers on top of each 
> other
> falls short. You know stuff like how difficult it is adding a new 
> attribute
> to an XML element, and make sure it's copied along in all your 200
> stylesheets, compared to how easy it is in languages like java.
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>
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> - Kasper
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