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ajt (2546)

ajt
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UK based. Perl, XML/HTTP, SAP, Debian hacker.

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Sunday December 08, 2002
01:18 PM

RSS Transformation with XSLT

[ #9331 ]

At the moment I'm writing my RSS transformation with XSL-T article for brian . Actually I've got a tub of ginger* ice-cream churning in the kitchen, and I'm looking at the draft that I've started, I've added some text, but not a lot...

I've added a small history section, but I'm trying to work out which ideas are worth including. Is it worth trying to explain how XSL-T works, or is that too much too try and fit in?

When brian wrote his article last month, I doubt he got the result he expected. I pointed out that the base module XML::RSS has a number of flaws, so brian took it upon him self to fix it. Within only a few days he set up a SourceForge project to fix it, and I'm trying to write an article to explain my XML::RSS::Tools module, that extends and builds on the current XML::RSS module.

* 4-5 pieces stem ginger in syrup, 2-3 tablespoons ginger syrup, 2 egg whites, 4 tablespoons caster sugar, 300 ml whipping cream (40% fat). UPDATE: This is a good flavour!

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