XSieve: XSLT + Scheme

Recently I released XSieve, an XML transformation language based on combination of XSLT and Scheme. XSieve makes XSLT to be a general-purpose language. Personally for me, XSieve is an alternative to XSLT 2.0.

Announce: http://sourceforge.net/forum/forum.php?forum_id=494165
What and why: http://xsieve.sourceforge.net/index.html#preface
Background: http://xsieve.sourceforge.net/background.html
Home page: http://xsieve.sourceforge.net/index.html
Project page: http://sourceforge.net/projects/xsieve/
XSieve in blog: http://uucode.com/blog/category/xsieve/

Your feedback is welcome!

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Full Circle to DSSSL

XSLT was based on DSSSL which was based on Scheme so it seams that you're going full circle. What does your solution offer over DSSSL?

DSSSL links:

anyone use DSSSL?

Hi Kevin, sorry for late answer.

DSSSL isn't XSLT, and DSSSL isn't Scheme.

* If M delelopers know DSSSL, then M*10^N1 know XSLT, and M*10^N2 know Scheme. DSSSL can't compete in community and resources.
* I can't find XPath queries in DSSSL.
* I can't find macro facilities in DSSSL.

Inverting your question, I don't see what DSSSL offers over XSLT+Scheme.