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Subject:[xsl] [Ann] jd.xslt - a XSLT 1.1 processor
From:Johannes Döbler (jd@aztecrider.com)
Date:Mar 8, 2001 5:23:18 am
List:com.mulberrytech.lists.xsl-list

Announcing the stylesheet processor jd.xslt, version 1.0:

* written in Java, requires JDK 1.1 or higher, licensed under Mozilla Public License 1.1. * implements the XSLT 1.1 Working Draft of 12 December 2000 (and of course the XPath 1.0 Recommendation) * measurements indicate superior performance compared to other widely used XSLT implementations. As far as I know this is the first implementation of the new XSLT 1.1 features, especially - multiple output documents via the xsl:document element - node-sets as value of variables - support for the notorious xsl:script element. Supported script languages are Java (native), Javascript, JScript, VBscript, PerlScript, JPython, Jacl, NetReXX, BML (via IBM's Bean Scripting Framework). (But who knows how the recommendation will look like in the end? Anyway, jd.xslt will join the ride). You can download it now from http://www.aztecrider.com/xslt