Hmm... It's usually not ever true that one language can be used to
solve every problem. Having more tools in your toolkit is a good thing.
XSLT is a production tool, maybe just not for the specific task you
were asking for.
On Thursday, April 10, 2003, at 02:26 PM, Peter Binkley wrote:
Thanks to all who sent suggestions. It looked like David's suggestion
using Xalan's no-caching feature would let me move forward, but the
still ground to a halt. So for now I'm following Charles' line and have
written a PHP script to do the job. Too bad, though; I was looking
to being able to say I'd done the whole job in XSL. Ultimately I see I
to get further into JAXP and learn to do these things properly. My
conclusion is that even where XSL isn't the right tool for full-scale
production, it's an awfully handy prototyping tool.
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