Re: [xsl] XSL engines for Linux

Subject: Re: [xsl] XSL engines for Linux
From: "Rafael R. Sevilla" <sevillar@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2001 04:19:09 +0800 (PHT)
On Tue, 12 Jun 2001, Adam Van Den Hoven wrote:

> Normally when I am doing XML and XSL development, I know that I'll be using
> MSXML running on Win2000. However, I now going to be developing JSPs that
> will be running on an apache web server on RedHat Linux. At this point I'm
> not sure which parsers to use. Any recomendations would be more than
> appreciated.

There are a lot you can try:

Saxon (
Xalan (
XT (

Thesere the only ones I've tried so far.  All three have Java
incarnations.  Xalan has both Java and C++ versions.  The fastest among
the three is XT.  Saxon is at least twice as slow, but I hear it adheres
to the standard better.  Xalan is interesting, because the latest Java
incarnation allows you to compile your XSLT stylesheets into Java
'translets', haven't gotten this to work yet though, but presumably that
should be a lot faster than even XT.

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