At 3:39 AM -0800 1/27/10, Ryan Park wrote:
My only reason doing this because I could use XSL as my templating
engine; achieve the separation of content, design, and code. But in
order to use XSL I need to use XML. XML needs to big if I want to
use the data from the huge MySQL database.
On 1/27/2010 3:32 AM, Ashley Sheridan wrote:
On Wed, 2010-01-27 at 03:31 -0800, Ryan Park wrote:
Hypothetically say that I have MySQL with petabytes of data. I want to
use XSL as my template language. But in order to use XSL, I need to make
XML filled with petabytes of data. This does not sound elaborate way to
use XSL/XML; I would rather use PHP/MySQL/Smarty. Is there a way around
this so that I can use XSL instead of Smarty?
I'm not really sure what you want to achieve here, as all of those
languages do quite different things! And I wouldn't ever recommend
having a single XML file with petabytes of data, that's just asking
I may be off the mark, but if you want to style data then use css. It
doesn't require your data to be in XML format.
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