Re: C++ libraries for XML/XSL

Subject: Re: C++ libraries for XML/XSL
From: Keith Visco <kvisco@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 24 Jan 2000 17:54:50 -0800
Though not complete, you can try TransforMiiX, which is currently part of the
Mozilla project.


James Lynn wrote:

> We're developing an ISAPI extension that will use XML and XSLT. We're
> looking for a stable library that implements XML parsing and XSL
> transformation. Our platform is currently Windows NT Server, running IIS4,
> but we want to remain able to move to other non-windows platforms in the
> future if it becomes necessary.
> Can anyone suggest a reliable C++ library for XML and XSLT? Most work seems
> to be being done in Java, which doesn't help us at this stage. Our current
> proposed solution is to wrap the Microsoft msxml component in more generic
> classes so we can drop that out and drop in another solution later. I'm
> nervous about committing to the MS component since I read that its
> conformance isn't necessarily that great.  If there already is a
> cross-platform C++ library, it would be preferable.
> Failing that, am I missing any other solutions to providing XML tree-parsing
> and XSL transformations in C++?
> Any advice would be appreciated.
> Jim Lynn.
> Developer, h2g2.
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