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Date: 2002-07-03 (22:53)
From: Alessandro Baretta <alex@b...>
Subject: [Caml-list] XML, XSL, eXcetera
I have just visited the Hump for XML related resources, but 
cannot make much sense out of them. I need a simple (and 
fast) XSLT processor, with the possibility of calling 
"extension" functions. Basically, I'd like to be able to use 
O'Caml within my XLST templates. Has anyone written such a 
hypothetical O'CaXSL document processor?

Or, equivalently, has anyone written O'Caml bindings for 
such XSLT processors as the Apache Xalan-C++? (And, is 
linking with C++ supported in O'Caml?)

I noticed the is a wrapper for the gdome2-xlst library. I 
don't suppose this would allow me to mix O'Caml code with 
XSLT code, would it?

I wonder if the solution could lie with the Ocaml Server 
Pages project. I reckon I might write a Ocaml Server Page 
script generating an XML file which could subsequently be 
processed without the need of extension functions. Would 
anyone reccomend such a strategy?


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