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At 02:36 PM 5/10/2006, I wrote:
>In which case we'll be back to something like one of the very first 
>earliest proposed approaches to transformation, "Spice" (see 
>http://www.w3.org/People/Raggett/spice-and-xsl.html) -- it uses 
>Javascript syntax, and was strikingly spare and elegant as I recall it.

And since, I've found

http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/NOTE-spice-19980123.html

Also of note is the Sarissa project, which aims to provide standard 
Javascript interfaces for doing client-side XML/XSLT processing on 
clients that offer it. Perhaps allowing a mix of both approaches.

Regards,
Wendell


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