Announcing Dryverl: an Erlang-to-C binding compiler
Mon May 29 07:45:59 CEST 2006
Mon 29 May 2006 03:23 Richard A. O'Keefe wrote:
> Romain Lenglet <rlenglet@REDACTED> wrote:
> XSLT is a nice standard language for writing transformations.
> It is a language. True.
> It is a language for writing transformations.
> It is not a de jure standard, but it's true that it is a de facto one.
> "Nice", however, doesn't really fit in that sentence.
> Not without some emphatic negatives attached rather closely.
For what it is worth: there is a small module in the (Erlang/OTP)
xmerl lib called xmerl_xs to write simple XSLT like transforms in
Old user guide at: http://www.creado.com/xmerl_xs/index.html
Not standard - but Erlang.
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