Am 19.11.2014 um 20:48 schrieb Arne Babenhauserheide:
> And for example today Mu Lei (Nala Ginrut) had the idea of
> representing sxml templates as wisp - a case where I think the sweet
> <* *> syntax could come in really handy.

I can agree.  Using SXML with sweet (in that case) works quite well.
Here a ~100kbyte example application (be sure to read in whitespace
preserving mode; my browser gets it wrong):

(BTW: This is a payment system based on ricardian contracts; quite
different from bitcoin.  Currently being documented.  More here:
comments welcome.)

Side note: The <* *> can be problematic if your LISP code is itself
embedded in XML formatted source code.  Which for me is the case.  (To
escape I allowed the {* and *} as to alias those.)


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