Comment #1 posted on 2017-11-19 22:49:47 by Dave Morriss
This was really interesting
I enjoyed this a lot. It was very clearly explained and the example was helpful.
I tried to understand XSL back in 2012 when writing Bash scripts to let me download music from Magnatune. They held their catalogue in XML at that time (now it's in a SQLite database) and I used xsltproc and XSL to extract stuff. I didn't find any very clear explanations of what could be done in XSL at that time, though I winged it by copying examples and using trial and error.
Your links seem to fill in many of the gaps in my understanding, so thanks for them too.
Comment #2 posted on 2017-11-21 07:37:38 by Klaatu
Re: This was really interesting
Glad you enjoyed in! I just can't wait for your LaTeX episode!
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