Re: An XSL SAX?
>Given a couple of months away from the problem, it seems to me that what's >needed (by us at least) is an equivalent of SAX. > >ie: I need an event stream that says something like (ignore the syntax, >this is conceptual only): >start document >start font centred Helvetica Bold 18 >text 'Andy Example' >end font >start table 4 cols I don't understand. If you just represent the XSL result tree as XML (as XSL engines like XT and Koala do) you can just use a SAX parser to read the XML. This is what FOP does. It uses SAX to take an XML document coming out of XT: <fo:block font-family="Helvetica" font-weight="bold" font-size="18pt" text-align >Andy Example</fo:block> and FOP has an event handler for block objects, etc. James -- James Tauber / jtauber@xxxxxxxxxxx / www.jtauber.com Associate Researcher, Electronic Commerce Network Curtin University of Technology, Perth, Western Australia Maintainer of : www.xmlinfo.com, www.xmlsoftware.com and www.schema.net XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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