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   Re: UNIX pipes, XML processing

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  • From: Paul Tchistopolskii <paul@qub.com>
  • To: XML-Dev Mailing list <xml-dev@xml.org>
  • Date: Tue, 25 Jul 2000 19:58:55 -0700

From: Sasha Nakhimovsky <sasha@mail.colgate.edu>

> Come to think of it, XSLT stylesheets can also work as filters.  Xalan can
> take a stream of SAX events on input and send another one to output
> (apologies for my ignorance about Saxon and others).  One can hope that
> stylesheets compiled by Sun's xsltc will have that functionality also.  It
> should be possible to mix and match stylesheets and SAX filters in the same
> pipe.

Try Ux framework http://www.pault.com/Ux/index.html to see this and much 
more ( I especially like  <xsl:copy-of select ="document( '! ls | sort' )" > 
aready implemented with  XT.


PS. I'm undecipherable PaulT. Feel free to write me and I think that after / if 
you  browse the Ux help pages, you may be surprised. ;-)

PPS. Next 2 weeks I'll publish some more cool  stuff.

PPPS. It is *not* that easy to map UNIX processing model into XML, 
( for example Ux's  >> log.xml  could be called 'ugly hack' )  
but in principle I'm satisfied with the way it currently goes.


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