XSLT Processors for C

Niels Möller nisse at lysator.liu.se
Tue Nov 23 10:08:08 GMT 1999

What XSLT processors exists out there, that I can use from C (or
perhaps C++)?

I could fork off a java machine and XP or LotusXSL, and parse its
output with expat. At least, that's the kind of functionality that I
would need. However, I would much prefer if I could get equivalent
functionality but avoid

  (i) external processes
  (ii) java machines
  (iii) real construction of the intermediate  XML document.

With (iii), I mean that it would be nice if the XSL processor doesn't
actually write the resultant XML document anywhere, but instead
provides me with SAX-like callbacks as the result-tree is constructed.


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