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Welcome to Taltastic!Taltastic is an XSLT tal processor, capable of transforming appropriately annotated XHTML allowing insertion of dynamic content into said XHTML. This process is designed to take only a single pass of the XSLT parser, with no need for intermediate stylesheets or caching.

Taltastic is a faithful and nearly complete implementation of TAL, TALES and METAL in pure XSLT. Data is inserted into the templates from a number of sources, either statically, by using a new tag, or via the xpath document() function reading XML from user defined streams.

This project includes some PHP code which is capable of transforming native data structures into an XML equivalent which can then be passed to the transformation. I hope that in time, other implementations can be made in other languages.

The code in this project is in an 'alpha' stage of development, although it now implements all of the core target features. Please see the Features page in the WIKI for a run-down.

ExampleThis example is a written using PHP. It is hoped that other languages will be able to implement Taltastic, specifically Java, .NET and Javascript (most likely using sarissa).

...in the php code, before parsing...
stream_wrapper_register('here', 'YourStreamHandlerClass');

...in the template...
blah

...taltastic maps this to...

...in the steam reader class...
function open($path, $mode, $flags, &$opened_path) {
//In this example, $path would contain 'here://__data__',
//having been invoked by the document() call in the XSLT
}Metal is ImplementedTitle says it all, really. There's an initial implementation which supports external template files and fill-slot, all in 176 lines of XSLT (I might even be able to half this number). At this point, I've implemented all of the features required for the first full version, so once I've fixed a few remaining bugs, the project can progress to a beta stage.

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