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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • ...but apart from voicing in slightly different terms what XML freaks have been saying for ages (granted, with many disagreements and growing subtlety) for quite a while he doesn't seem to add much (though I'll admit that after a few paragraphs I switched to that mode my brain has that makes outlines useless).

    On the other hand, I guess we can use as many voicings of the same ideas as we have ;-)

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    -- Robin Berjon [berjon.com]

    • When I read it, the only thought I had was that this pattern is simply a new approach to describe MVC, using hip, kewl, k-rad modern terminology (with sources). Sort of like a cookbook of well-worn recipes that have been circulating for the last 30 years, but adding copious amounts of Cilantro, blue corn and Poblano chiles to perk it up a wee bit. :-)

      Also, his XSLT examples need some formatting to make them more readable, but did the job. The JSP examples reminded me why I avoid JSP. :-)