Introduction and misc ideas
Wed Jun 5 07:42:01 2002
> > The advantage of using a largely known language is that we could
> > advertise the project more easily.
> That's true. And because you can hardly market anything today, which
> is not XML, it's XML. "Standard" is better than better.
If standard was better than better, why bother writing TUNES?
(Sorry, being pedantic ;o) )
> And it's XSLT, because that's the one functional language in XML.
> > A long term goal should be to become language independent, so my
> And it's open to any other language, which can be mapped into a
> sequence functional steps.
XSLT has no reflective capability that I can see, hence extending the
language won't be that clean.