Lars Huttar wrote:
Someone recently referred jokingly to using XSLT for cooking.
What examples does anyone have (in real life!) of XSLT being used for
Anyone written a game in XSLT?
I see there's a chess game rendering web page using XSLT at
4Suite (XML, RDF processing toolkit for Python; I am one of the developers)
comes with demos of cribbage and a 2-deck variation of solitaire, both powered
almost entirely with XSLT. We use a random number generator via an extension
function (w/side-effects) for shuffling the cards, and user interaction is
managed through a fairly simple API that maps form data from HTTP requests to
The public demo page is offline at the moment, so you'll have to install the
software yourself to see it in action. http://4suite.org/
XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list