On Oct 19, 2004, at 16:52 Uhr, trans. (T. Onoma) wrote:

> Nice. Thanks you for such a great reply! Very informative.
>
> Why do you avoid XSLT? Because it is slow? Or?

you will run into tons of situations where xslt can't do what you
wanna do, because it's based on xml.. and when it's possible
you are either forced to duplicate code or using a even more
verbose way of expressing what you wanna do..

well, and sooner or later its verbosity will also annoy the hell out of 
you.

personally i would never recommend anybody to use xslt if you
are not absolutely forced to or doing something very simple.

ciao!
florian