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Quoting Didier PH Martin <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
That is a bit missleading. Sarissa is used to
- parse XML to create DOM objects using the browser's DOM implementation
- work with elements being browser DOM objects already
> like "selectSingleNode" can then be added to the newly created
> object. This
> may be or not a problem dependent on the DOM size
A method like selectSingleNode is added to the prototype and not the
instances of the target class (well, unless there is no such prototype
like XMLDocument in Opera).
> b) if you use Sarissa to transform the document, this last thing is
> included in Sarissa, you'll have to develop your own rendering of
What is not included? I would be very interested in adding it.
You can load, optionally transform and finally append (and thus render)
a new DOM structure in the current web page with a single line, see
> if you use the
> window.document.write function to write the result of the transform
Then you would be using your hands to eat a steak, after cutting it to
pieces with a knife and fork.