RE: non-binary, non-XML, source files
> creates XML first, or is there a way for XSLT to work directly on > non-binary, non-XML, source files? If you know Java, you could generate SAX events from your data to make it appear as an XML stream. I believe in Michael Kay's Book there is an example of this. I think he created a SAX XMLReader class that reads GedCom files (genealogy files). You have to use an XSLT processor that can accept a SAX input stream. The other option is to convert the file to XML ahead of time using Perl or Java. XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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