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.
Well, I'm less concerned about speed at the moment, just functionality
:) I'll worry about speed when it works.
However, I am running Debian so installing xsltproc involves :
apt-get install xsltproc
(Sorry, blatant Debian plug).
Thank you again. I need to get something going quickly, so this helps a
great deal. Thank you :)