Re: Newbie question on XSL transformations: multiple
The major problem, in my opinion, is the lack of a xslt2 processor for c.
Saxon comes in two flavors: .NET edition and Java. From C (or C++) it is possible to interface with Saxon Java API, but there does not exist a Saxon version that will compile with, say, gcc or the like. The .NET edition can be interfaced from C++ or C# (or any .NET enabled language). I never tried it, but it may work with Mono on Linux, giving you all options you need.
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