Standalone ZPT?

Richie Hindle richie at entrian.com
Tue Aug 27 15:56:29 CEST 2002


> [discussion of non-strict string manipulation vs. strict XML parsing]
>
> It's really a case of "horses for courses"

Sure.  The world's big enough for both ideas to thrive.  8-)

I'll be interested to see your library when it's published.

> In the last similar
> implementation I did, I had XML documents being produced which would
> guide the software in its activities, and that brought up the
> interesting possibility of "compiling" intermediate XML
> representations which would be used by the software to do something,
> whilst being available for perusal by the developer (valuable for
> testing, for example). It was like the notion of compiling code into
> something that the machine can execute a lot more easily.

Interesting - sounds like something that compiles an XSLT-like language to Python?

-- 
Richie



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