[XML-SIG] Python alternates to XSLT?
Sat, 08 May 1999 22:08:05 +1000
Maybe I'm getting old, but I've become very frustrated
with using XSL and now XSLT to transform XML documents
It started me wondering if there wasn't a simpler,
easier and more Pythonic way of doing XML -> HTML
Could we treat an XML document as a "little language"
and use well-tested Python parsing and other libraries
to generate HTML based on a set of rules?
I'd love to be able to "call out" to Python's
regular expressions and other abilities while in the
process of transforming the XML.
Am I barking up the wrong node tree here? Has anyone
done something similar?