[XML-SIG] using libxslt with strings

Daniel Veillard veillard at redhat.com
Mon Feb 16 05:56:15 EST 2004

On Mon, Feb 16, 2004 at 11:24:43AM +0100, Paul Boddie wrote:
> Daniel Veillard [mailto:veillard at redhat.com] wrote:
> > 
> >   Hum, at the C level there is a generic I/O handling layer, but
> > I never made the custom wrappers for Python in libxslt.
> On a related subject, I promised to look into wrapping the existing Python
> bindings for libxml2 in an API more closely resembling the other PyXML-style
> DOMs. The resulting package isn't exactly fast, but in situations where
> interoperability is required, it is very practical - I personally use it to
> edit existing XML documents before shipping them to libxslt for the really
> heavy processing. Under the covers, libxml2dom uses libxml2's parsing and
> serialising routines, giving a significant performance advantage over a lot
> of the other solutions.

  Hum, interesting, maybe checking on the libxml2 list (especially
with Stephane Bidoul who seems to work a lot with the python bindings)
would allow to integrate your own layer to the existing bindings,


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