RE: Re: XSL Tool
> > What do you mean exactly by this? One could imagine for example: > > 1. Register saxon.jar as a COM object and use it in .Net > through Interop. However, one has to also register as a COM > object the parser used by Saxon (Alfred or Xerces) or try to > make some COM wrappers around XPathDocument and > XPathNodeIterator. This will require almost no changes to the > code of Saxon. > > 2. Porting Saxon to J# ? This (if possible) most probably > will require considerable modifications of the code. > I was thinking more along the lines of 1, though I hadn't thought about the detail of what interfaces needed to be registered/wrapped. If someone wants to try 2 they are welcome though I think it would be better to wait until Saxon 7.x is "finished". Michael Kay XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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