[xslt] Extensions in Python?

Is my memory playing tricks on me, or do I remember that there was,
once upon a time, a discussion of allowing XSLT extension functions
and elements for xsltproc to be written in Python (or Perl or whatever)?

Writing them in C and then linking them into the xsltproc binary seems
an awfully tall hurdle and I'd really like to get a couple of the
DocBook extensions implemented for xsltproc.

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