[development] XML transformations using XSL

Earl Dunovant prometheus6 at gmail.com
Thu May 25 00:58:22 UTC 2006

XSL has always been on my list of good ideas I never got to, but that is the
way it's supposed to work.

On 5/24/06, Farsheed <tfarsheed at yahoo.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm doing some work involving multiple XML feed
> generation from one data source.  Think SMIL, XSPF,
> RSS, iTunes, PLS, M3U...all use a similar data source:
> music playlists.
> Currently each XML feed is generated with a callback
> function written in PHP.  I was thinking the other
> day, perhaps a better approach would be to provide all
> the data in one XML file and then convert this file to
> other XML schemas using XSL.  Does such an approach
> make sense?  Anyone done something similar? The reason
> I thought this  might be useful is because then it
> becomes easy to support multiple XML schema's by
> simply writing another XSL template and plugging it in
> to some generalized transformation function.
> -Farsheed
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