To clarify my point: I am actually not saying that you should not use XSLT, I happen not to like it, but that's a purely personal opinion.
Really, if anyone feels like it offers a good solution for a specific problem, then I am all for them proposing it. I would just like to see the code, exactly the same way we usually post code to show how we would use Perl. Hey, if I see enough code, and if it makes easy things that are hard to do in Perl, I might even start using it!
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