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- From: Paul Tchistopolskii <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- To: XML Developers' List <email@example.com>
- Date: Sun, 24 Oct 1999 15:15:30 -0700
Sent: Sunday, October 24, 1999 3:12 PM
Subject: Re: [xml-server] Re: Tools. JPython. SAXON
> > > My personal interest is to implement the
> > > prototype.
> > Fine.
> > > I think I'l use JPython ( the letter in archive
> > > with the Subj: 'JPython' explains why ).
> > >
> > > Now I started searching for existing XSLT
> > > implementation which could work on top of DOM,
> > > but not a text file.
> > >
> > > The XML-server prototype colud read plain XML
> > > files into in-memory DOM and then invoke
> > > 'strored XSLT tranformantions'.
> > >
> > > JPython means that I am actualy looking
> > > for Java stuff.
> > >
> > > I think - SAXON is a good choice, it is
> > > XSLT on DOM ( and also much more ;-)
> > >
> > > http://users.iclway.co.uk/mhkay/saxon/index.html
> > >
> > > If you know some other Java libs of this kind,
> > > please let me know.
> > >
> > What about XSL:P (http://www.clc-marketing.com/xslp/) ?
> > XSL:P is widely used by Cocoon users, and its author, Keith is porting
> > it to C++ to be used by next Netscape's navigator release ?
> Thank you for this one. It looks promizing.
> Like SAXON., it supports multiple DOM implementations
> ( at the moment I think that plugging the new DOM into
> SAXON may be a bit easier. I need to check )
> Ability to plug diferent components is one of the
> requirments. I like SAX because it allows me
> to change the parsers when I find that some parser
> is weaker than I need.
> Is there any effort to get a "SAX for DOM" ? I mean
> that it appears that at the moment SAXON and and XSL:P
> are using different ways for plugin the DOM components,
> or maybe I'm wrong?
> > XT (http://www.jclark.com/xml/xt.html) is fast and in sync with the
> > latest recommendations, but isn't implementing a standard DOM.
> Yes. I don't think I could use it, even I realy like XT ;-)...
> It appears that we need XSLT on top of DOM, but not the
> XSLT on file *and* it would be nice to have a DOM as a separate
> pluggable compoment, because nodoby knows what DOM vendor
> will be better ;-) ... I think that as many standart components
> we'l we get - as better.
> > The Oracle XMLParser 184.108.40.206 implements an integrated
> > XML Parsing engine with built-in XPath support as well
> > as XSLT Proposed Recommendation compliance.
> > All in Java. Good to go at http://technet.oracle.com/tech/xml
> Thank you. Unfortunately I failed to find anything about
> pluggable DOM support.
> All I have is:
> Features in Oracle's XML Parser for Java v2
> Integrated support for W3C XSLT Final Working Draft
> Intergrated Document Object Model (DOM) Level 1.0 API
> Integrated SAX 1.0 API
> From this information I don't understand if there is
> even any support for XSLT on top of DOM in Oracle
> XML parser.
> Will check.
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