> transformations here, but then, XSL processibility always has a huge impact
> on how I mark up our texts (given that TEI gives you so many choices), both
> in terms of feasibility (probably more a question of my XSLT shortcomings)
> and efficiency.
I do find this a rather worrying statement. It seems remarkably
indefensible to base markup decisions on what one particular programming
language can or cannot do! If your task isn't suited to XSLT,
use another solution, don't compromise the markup.....
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