[racket] xslt

From: Matthew Butterick (mb at mbtype.com)
Date: Sat Feb 28 18:49:17 EST 2015

It's not clear whether you already have XSLT transforms that you want to
use in Racket, or if you're mentioning XSLT just because it's a method of
parsing & transforming XML. If the latter, then you may find that using
native Racket data structures (esp. the X-expression) and native
XML-friendly functions (like `match`) is more convenient.

On Sat, Feb 28, 2015 at 8:49 AM, DJ <jakep at arqux.com> wrote:

>  Ok - new to racket. I would like to use it because I know Common Lisp,
> but need something that provides good cross-platform gui capabilities. (I
> can't afford a commercial implementation of CL.)
> My software will harvest data from several web services that provide
> results in xml.
> I have spent a half hour searching for info on how to run xslt transforms
> in racket. All that I can find is a mention that sxml *used to have* xslt
> but doesn't any more. I would prefer native racket rather than some kind of
> ffi solution if possible.
> Any suggestions?
> Best,
> - DJ -
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