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From "Derek Hohls" <DHo...@csir.co.za>
Subject Re: XSLT is Dead ?!
Date Tue, 28 Apr 2009 07:54:00 GMT
Antonio

True - but it would be useful to tell the original author this
as well!

PS it is Freemarker (not maker)

[1] http://cocoon.markmail.org/search/?q=freemarker 



>>> On 2009/04/24 at 10:07, in message <49F21BEA.7030207@agssa.net>,
Antonio Gallardo <agallardo@agssa.net> wrote:
hi Derek,

Comparing XSLT with JSP is like comparing pears and apples. XSLT is
quite useful for some tasks and weak in others. The same apply for
JSP.
We still use XSLT even if you have JSP at hand. In cocoon particular
wolrd, perhaps he should compare JSP with XSP.

I did not read the whole article, but looks the author forgot there is
a
XSLT 2.0. Anyway, who cares? ;)

About freemaker, I guess there are some threads about it in our mail
archive [1].

Hope this helps.

Best Regards,

Antonio Gallardo.

[1] http://cocoon.markmail.org/search/?q=freemaker 



Derek Hohls escribió:
> At least, according to this article:
>  
> http://java.dzone.com/news/death-xslt-web-frameworks 
>  
> Maybe some of the developers, or other power users here, 
> would like to comment at this blog - I see Cocoon also gets
> a "dig in the ribs" ...
>  
> Derek
>
> PS I'm also curious about the package mentioned a number
> of times:
> http://freemarker.org/ 
> Anyone used it?  Is it compatible with Cocoon and if so how?
> (seems to create really fast transforms of XML documents)
>
>
>   


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