Haven't had time to really explore the language but I did read enuf (and have enuf expertize in the area) to know what it's role is supposed to be.|
The stuff we were doing in XSL is designed to generate formatted pages - be it HTML, PostScript, or another XML document. The thing about XSL is that it's a pure filter and translate mechanism. The translate process runs once and generates a document in the desired format. Once the XSL translation occurs, it's mission is complete.
Oh well, getting too long winded on the subject. Thanks for the link. I'll try to dig around and see if there's any reference implementations - mostly, though, you'll probably have to wait for the various browsers to adopt the standard which may be awhile.