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Re: What is Saxon and Xalan

2003-02-21 10:53:47
Martinez, Brian wrote:
There are a wide variety of other XSLT processors available; check out the
XSL FAQ at http://www.dpawson.co.uk/xsl/sect1/N303.html for more info.

Tommie Usdin wrote:
see the FAQ, specifically: http://www.dpawson.co.uk/xsl/sect1/N303.html

I very recently submitted a round of updates for that now very stale section
of the FAQ. Dave will probably be updating it soon...

1. link to Saxon should be

2. link to XT should be

3. link to Xalan should be split into
http://xml.apache.org/xalan-j/index.html (Java)
http://xml.apache.org/xalan-c/index.html (C++)

4. link to Oracle should be
Oracle XDK for Java is available for Solaris, Linux, HP-UX, and Windows 
NT/2K/XP, and includes, among other things, an XSLT processor.
Free registration is required to download the software.

5. LotusXSL
Obsolete; became Xalan.

6. link to 4XSLT should be http://4suite.org/
4Suite, by Fourthought, Inc., is a Python-based toolkit for XML processing,
available for Windows, Unix (including Linux, FreeBSD, Solaris, Mac OS X),
and has reportedly been partially ported to MS-DOS. It includes, among other
things, an XSLT processor called 4XSLT.

7. link to TransforMiiX should be
This is the XSLT engine embedded as a module in Mozilla and Netscape 7+.
To run it standalone, it must first be compiled from source on Windows,
Unix, or Mac OS X.

8. link to Unicorn should be

9. Gingerall
should be listed as Sablotron and the link should be
This is the XSLT engine embedded in PHP. It can also be installed
separately to run standalone on Windows and Unix.

That's about as far as I got ...

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