> XSLT is kind of cool, but my favorite tool for converting
> anything to/from
> XML has always been OmniMark. I'm surprised alot more people
> don't talk
> about using it on this list. It's great for transforming any
> type of text,
> especially XML, and its relatively easy (easier than XSLT) to
> get started
> with. It can even be used on the server-side to easily and
> quickly query a
> database and dish out html, or simply translate an XML file into html.
> Check it out at: http://www.omnimark.com/magazine/magazine.html
In my experience Omnimark has its advantages (most notably with processing
general entities), but I haven't been using it because the XML I work with
is well-formed (no DTD) and the last time I looked Omnimark couldn't handle
that. They were planning to add well-formedness support I believe.