Sv: Dissillusioned about interoperability.

Richard Lanyon rgl at
Mon Oct 11 10:57:37 BST 1999

On Sun, 10 Oct 1999, Henrik wrote:

> How about XSLT ?

We have a white paper comparing XML Script and XSL(T) on our website:
Without wishing to start a flame war, it seems to me that XSL's roots in
stylesheet languages mean that some sorts of programming are unecessarily
awkward. It's difficult to be objective about ease-of-use in different
programming languages, especially when you're better acquainted with one
than another, but I personally find XSL's declarative syntax rather
unwieldy. YMMV.

Richard Lanyon (Software Engineer) |     "The medium is the message"
XML Script development,            |             - Marshall McLuhan
DecisionSoft Ltd.                  |

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