[REBOL] Re: template driven development? Re: Rebol Server Pages
From: jason:cunliffe:verizon at: 9-Oct-2002 10:46
I've been looking into XSLT a lot recently, thanks to working with Leo.
..and wondering where REBOL fits in that scheme of things, and thinkin that a
native version of Leo written in Rebol woudl be a wionderful thing. In many
resepcts I think XSLT does what Brett is dreaming of. Meanwhile my recent
research dug up some fascinating papers on the outer limits of XML:
Extreme Markup Languages 2002
Stumbled onto some intense headwringing stuff...
[warning: take you your vitamins and wear a helmet!]
Includes some wonderful papers by
Beyond the "descriptive vs. procedural" distinction.
Presented at Extreme Markup Languages 2001.
Human and Machine Sign Systems.
Presented at Extreme Markup Languages 2002.
...and here's something which I think may be very interesting in the future for
LMNL, the Layered Markup and Annotation Language
Welcome to the LMNL site. A limen is an entranceway or threshold. LMNL,
pronounced "liminal", is an experimental approach to digital text encoding that
supports, in SGML/XML terms, overlapping elements (ranges in LMNL) and
structured attributes (annotations in LMNL).