Seeking 'DOM filters'

Borden, Jonathan jborden at
Sun Jan 10 18:47:21 GMT 1999

Does an XSL or DSSSL transformation count?

Jonathan Borden

> As long as I'm looking around for SAX filters (see my previous post), I
> thought I might also look around for generic DOM processors - 
> software that
> takes a DOM tree (from any parser, not just one implementation), and does
> something to it or with it, and gives it back to the application.  
> I'm not sure what to call this - DOM filter doesn't sound quite 
> right - but
> it seems like there should be processors out there like this.
> If anyone has something, let me know. Thanks to those who sent SAX filter
> references, and more are always welcome.

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