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On Mon, Sep 02, 2002 at 09:47:42PM -0700, nirmalts wrote:
> Is there any XPath/XSLT processor (C/C++) available,
> which accepts a DOM tree as input?
> I know one - Xalan-C++ - but the Xalan performance is
> poor with DOM input. Any other processors?
Libxslt , it will take a libxml2 "DOM like" tree as input for transformations
see the tutorials. It's "DOM like" in the sense that libxml2 doesn't
expose directly a DOM API, but the tree structure is as close as possible
to DOM. It's all pure C code.
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