|Matt Reynolds||Apr 10, 2002 11:43 am|
|Michael Cortez||Apr 10, 2002 12:07 pm|
|Carlos||Apr 10, 2002 12:17 pm|
|Matt Reynolds||Apr 10, 2002 1:12 pm|
|Matt Reynolds||Apr 10, 2002 1:13 pm|
|Daniel Veillard||Apr 10, 2002 1:27 pm|
|Gunnar Sigurdsson||Apr 10, 2002 1:28 pm|
|Carlos||Apr 10, 2002 1:47 pm|
|Matt Reynolds||Apr 10, 2002 1:54 pm|
|Dave Pawson||Apr 11, 2002 10:03 am|
|Matt Reynolds||Apr 11, 2002 11:00 am|
|Dave Pawson||Apr 11, 2002 11:10 am|
|Glass, Eric||Apr 11, 2002 1:27 pm||.bin|
|Sven Kitschke||Apr 11, 2002 2:59 pm||.zip|
|Eric Richardson||Apr 11, 2002 3:19 pm|
|Dave Pawson||Apr 11, 2002 9:57 pm|
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|Sven Kitschke||Apr 14, 2002 1:12 pm|
|Julien Letessier||Apr 19, 2002 3:38 am|
|Subject:||Re: DOCBOOK-APPS: Docbook/XML, done with Java|
|Date:||Apr 10, 2002 1:47:12 pm|
If your system supports it I would very much recommend XSLTproc as the XSLT processor to use. After Using Xalan, Saxon, XT and XSLTproc I've found out that XSLTproc is a lot faster (maybe because it is written in C) easier to use and has a quick turnaround on feature requests and bug fixes.
On the down side (for beginners) it requires manual installation on unix although you can download the RPMs and other binaries from different sites.
That is my experience and your milleage may vary.
On 04/10/02 13:24, "Daniel Veillard" <veil...@redhat.com> wrote:
On Wed, Apr 10, 2002 at 03:10:31PM -0500, Matt Reynolds wrote:
On Wed, 2002-04-10 at 14:14, Carlos wrote:
I've used ant with XSLTproc, Xalan and (latest and greatest) with Saxon. The build.xml file is listed below. Apologies to the list, wasn't sure if I should send this to the list or privately.
What is XSLTproc? That's vaguely familiar...
Sending private (or even better, a link to a web page) works just as well. But this is OK with me :)
Hehe don't worry I will make a bit of advertizing: http://xmlsoft.org/XSLT/
Check the DocBook specific page if you want to set-up catalogs, there are precompiled binaries for Linux, solaris and Windows. And if you manage to have it consume 500MB of memory it means you're probably processing a dozen set of books simultaneously (last time I checked the DocBook Duck Book required 60+MBytes of memory when converted to HTML).
Oh, sorry it's not Java but raw, sharpen, C code ...
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