[XML-SIG] Re: [4suite] Disentangling StylesheetReader from Ft.Lib

Karl Anderson karl@digicool.com
22 May 2001 12:05:36 -0700

Martin v. Loewis <martin@loewis.home.cs.tu-berlin.de> writes:

> > Perhaps I misread the CVS histories.  I was looking into how PyXML and
> > 4Suite depended on the included DOM implementations, and I thought
> > that 4XPath was copied over to PyXML, and that after that updates to
> > 4Suite's tree made it dependent on its DOM.  But looking again (I was
> > running into trouble with XPath/Conversions.py), there seems to have
> > been some syncing and stuff going on, I'd have to do some work to
> > convince myself that I was correct.
> Before I first checked 4XPath/4XSLT into PyXML, I had already
> significantly modified it; see README.4XPath for an outline of the
> changes.

Thanks for clearing that up.

> Some of these changes have been integrated into 4Suite. To continue to
> keep the two branches similar, I've now integrated the changes of
> 4Suite 0.11 into PyXML. I have not yet modified them to work
> stand-alone, yet, since I got stuck updating the Stylesheet reader.  I
> think I will write a new stylesheet reader from scratch which only
> uses a SAX DOM builder and a DOM implementation, but I haven't started
> with that, yet.

Just to be clear, is PyXML's XSLT intended to work with already
created DOM trees as well?

Karl Anderson                          karl@digicool.com