From: Jeff Garland (jeff_at_[hidden])
Date: 2002-07-09 18:35:16
> Another possible problem is that adding XML/XSLT lengthens the tool chain
> still further. If there is a standard set of XML/XSLT tools that runs on
> all platforms available for free download, that may be a non-problem. What
> tools would we start with if we were to start down the XML/XSLT road?
Here's an open source XSLT processor written in C++ with downloadable
I've used it, it's functional. There a gobs more written in every
conceivable language: C, perl, python, etc.
If the Kitware folk have a working XML 'language' for results we
should seriously think about adopting it -- no point in inventing
that wheel :-)
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