[lug] xml for web pages

D. Stimits stimits at attbi.com
Fri Oct 18 13:47:49 MDT 2002

Joseph McDonald wrote:
> I've been using the expat XML toolkit (and parser): 
>   http://www.jclark.com/xml/expat.html
> simply because the XML perl modules I use for XML/RPC and the Frontier modules
> seem to like it. We've also used Apache::XMLRPC::Lite, a mod_perl-based XML-RPC 
> server which is pretty cool, but again specific to Apache. I've never used 
> Zeus.

For a lot of reasons, I am drawn to expat, but it doesn't seem to have 
an XSLT parser companion. Maybe the problem here I that I just don't 
know what expat has in it, aside from the basic XML parser. Is there a 
good mix/solution to use expat with XSL and XSLT?

D. Stimits, stimits AT attbi.com

> 	--joey
> D. Stimits said:
>>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)?
>>D. Stimits, stimits AT attbi.com
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