[XML-SIG] xslt on windows?

Sam Brauer sam@webslingerZ.com
Fri, 14 Jun 2002 09:35:16 -0400 (EDT)

Just wanted to ask the Windows users on this list what Python interfaces 
to XSL transformers they are using, and which they think is best.

On Unix, I've used 4xslt, libxslt, and Sablotron.
Of those, I think only 4xslt works on Windows.
I know that the C versions of libxslt and Sablotron are available for 
Windows, but I don't know whether anyone's gotten the Python interfaces to 
them working.
Pyana (the Python interface to Xalan) seems to have been developed 
initially on Windows.
I think I read somewhere that it's possible to interface to MSXML via 
COM, but I don't know if it's possible to do XSLT in that manner.

Anyone have any success stories (or failure stories) they want to share?

Sam Brauer
Systems Programmer