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From Arno Schatz <l...@arnoschatz.de>
Subject Re: XMLC + Cocoon
Date Fri, 06 Jun 2003 16:38:49 GMT
A similar approach is done by Jivan (http://www.jivan.net), but more performanant (3x) 
and easier to use. As HTML Parser it uses nekoHTML 
(http://www.apache.org/~andyc/neko/doc/html/). You can get a DOM of your HTML, change the

nodes you need, and serialize in <5ms!

regards,
    Arno


Ross Bleakney wrote:

> Has anyone used XMLC with Cocoon? I've noticed a few messages on the mailing
> list, but only comparisons between XSLT and XMLC (or Barracuda and Cocoon).
> Also, has anyone used other Java techniques to access an HTML node and then
> change it? I think a data binding approach might work (such as Castor) but I
> think XMLC would probably be the best of the group.
> Thanks,
> Ross
> 
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