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> > 5. Is it possible for SAX to support XSLT?
There are also occasional
> discussions of "streaming XSLT" processors (I don't know if
> any actually exist in a stable, available form) but they would
> have to operate on a subset of XSLT. I should probably shut up
> and let someone who knows what they're talking about explain the
> situation :~)
There was xmlgrep, an xpath engine that was said to be progressive:
This grew into napa, a progressive xslt engine. Kevin Jones stopped
developing it (see http://homepage.ntlworld.com/kjjones/), but maybe you can
find one of them around somewhere if you want to try it out. It was put
into the xml/xslt development environment developed by xmlorigin.