[lug] xml for web pages
anders at theknudsens.net
Wed Oct 16 21:28:52 MDT 2002
On Wed, 2002-10-16 at 21:21, D. Stimits wrote:
> Whatever I do will have to be portable to a Zeus server on a Sun Sparc,
> it does not run Apache, although it is very very close in behavior (and
> I am not root). I work on my web pages locally on Apache/Linux, then
> transfer them when satisfied and when they validate. Does PHP have some
> form of XML and XSLT parser? I did not know that PHP is XML-savvy.
I'm not sure about PHP on a Sun. There is Apache for Solaris
PHP handles XML and XSLT. I've only used the XML parsing functions, and
for my needs has been great.
> D. Stimits, stimits AT attbi.com
> Anders Knudsen wrote:
> > PHP and Apache. Works great!
> > -anders.
> > On Wed, 2002-10-16 at 11:58, D. Stimits wrote:
> >>I am curious, what parsers, tools, etc, do people here use for XML on
> >>web servers? E.G., XML parsers and XSLT parsers...to what extent are you
> >>using them to create the html output? Are they specific to Apache, or
> >>will they work with other UNIX-like web servers (I use a Zeus web
> >>server, which is almost a duplicate of Apache, but I do not have root on
> >>that machine)?
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