Nothing particular to add to recommendations made so far, all of which
seem fine to me (I'd probably go for perl to do the easy bits, and then
xslt to clean up the mess) But instead, a small request ... how about
documenting your eventual decision (with sample code, input, output,
discussion) for the instruction of others? A page on the TEI wiki or
your personal blog or wherever you feel comfortable would enable other
geeks to admire your expertise/chuckle over your eccentricities/share
On 18/06/12 10:37, James Cummings wrote:
> On 18/06/12 10:13, Roberto Rosselli Del Turco wrote:
>>> I'm not saying this is the best approach for your problem, but
>>> it should
>>> be doable with XSLT 2.0.
>> Thanks a lot, I should have specified XSLT 1.0 since that's what
>> I know.
> I was going to suggest the same as Ron (when you have a hammer,
> everything looks like a nail)... You should learn more about XSLT 2...
> it is just so much better for this kind of thing. IMHO it repays the
> time spent learning about it.