Looking at that E4X link in your post, i started missing my days when i used to play a lot with XQuery; it looked much similar. I wonder if this could be considered as an alternative to XSLT; what's your view?
Hey Sundar : I play around a lot with generating sources from XML definations and have for long used XSLT for the purpose. When I looked at E4X, I could see a potential in it to replace XSLT. I also did a prototype to confirm this thought; and you would be amazed to know that the E4X thing not only scaled to the expectations but the source was much understandable, as in readable, thus easy to maintain as well.
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