I've looked at Transmorpher before, in a cursory way, wasn't aware it
was still going. What do you consider Transmorpher's benefits in
comparison with/relations to something like xml pipelines:
I don't know many things about XML pipeline so I can' t compare it with
I can present to you some Transmorpher features (maybe this features are
in xml pipeline).
-dispatchers copy an input flow ( SAX events ) in several output flows.
-mergers concatenate several input flows in one output flow.
-repeats and iterators : processes inside a repeat are repeated until
the end of an iterator
- rules and ruleset : rules are useful templates for specifying simple
change/remove/add tags or attributes. Rules can be grouped into ruleset
that can be apply on a flow
A process file can also be compiled in a standalone java class with main
method, in a servlet or in a Tranformer class (JAXP)
If you want to see what Transmorpher aims to do , you can read the white
XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list