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> I wouldn't regard XSLT as just "one particular programming language" as far
> as a significant and growing subset of TEI-inspired projects is concerned,
> namely those that place a premium on real-time delivery of html (or, down
> the road, client-friendly xml) from their canonical xml. I can't see any
> other tool in existence or in prospect that could do this job anything like
> so well.

what?? anything using a Java servet or mod_perl could harness
their excellent XML manipulation languages in a web server.
the only advantage of XSLT is portability.

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