4 thoughts on “DHaiku

  1. One of the things I hate most about debugging XSLT is that (when I’ve been doing it, anyway), the content’s meant to be human-readable. When it all goes wrong I sometimes feel as though I’m being virtually taunted by the nonsense it’s spewing out.

  2. I’ve sometimes thought I should look around for XSLT debugging tools, because the transformation process is opaque with just input and output. On the other hand, the moment of realisation is beautiful, when suddenly I understand what is happening, and see where the mismatch is between my model of the transformation (and/or the document being transformed) and the model of what I have written.

    I believe oXygen has some sort of XSLT debugging tool, but I don’t use oXygen so I may be wrong.

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