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From: bry:itnisk at: 20-Mar-2003 12:31

>It'd be great to have XML! as a native REBOL datatype with no
>memory limitations. And a REBOL-based XSLT processor. Then we could
>over the world!!
I definitely want a rebol-based xsl-t processor at some point, but I think that would only be useful in the context of a rebol framework for easily building processors for different xml-based languages (dependant of course on one's definition of 'easily') The idea of having a rebol xhtml/html browser is of course good, because then one could have the browser receive input from an xsl-t process. When you talked about rebol being seen as somehow quaint without strong xml facilities I can't help but agree, my development needs are most strongly focused on controlling markup nowadays. Rebol may make the protocol stuff simple, but this is no longer the most important part of my day.