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From "MikeParton" <mike.par...@nimblesdg.com>
Subject Re: Apache 2.0.35 XSLT Module
Date Mon, 06 May 2002 20:28:18 GMT
Thanks JLW...I believe you on the compiler!

This is more or less "play" and I have been playing with PHP.  Saw reference
to mod_xslt for Apache and thought I'd check it out.  (More BEGINNER showing
through) Thought I needed it to have an XML doc transformed by an XSLT
stylesheet using PHP.  However, using the Sablotron XSLT processor that
installs with PHP, I was able to do it.  SO, not sure what the mod_xslt for
Apache would buy me any way.

As usual, I need to spend more time on what I already have on hand and
installed before I go looking for more to tinker with.

Cheers!  And, again, thanks!

Mike
----- Original Message -----
From: "jlwpc1" <jlwpc1@mail.earthlink.net>
To: <users@httpd.apache.org>
Sent: Monday, May 06, 2002 3:41 PM
Subject: Re: Apache 2.0.35 XSLT Module


>
> From: "MikeParton"
>
> > I am running Apache 2.0.35
> > on WinNT 4.0(sp6a).
>
> > I have no tools for compiling
> > (I'm a relative newbie to all this,
> > using PHP4.20, Apache 2.0.35
> > and MySQL 4.0.1 on a
> > home/small business intranet).
>
> Have you looked at straight Windows
> ways on Apache for Windows?
>
> Windows Script Host 5.6
> for CGI ways.
>
> MSXML
> for XML ways.
>
> ADO
> for database ways
> (yes MySQL too).
>
> CDO/CDONT
> for send mail ways.
>
> All the above are most likely already
> installed and can be used in scripts!
>
> > Alternatively, suggestions, though
> > off topic, on a compiler for a BEGINNER?
>
> Don't bother, you will have
> enough to learn just doing
> the scripts ( JScript or VBScript)
> for all the above!  :)    :)
>
> As for a c compiler - Apache
> for Windows choice is Microsoft!
>
> And even though there are free
> c compilers, most "pros" still find
> using them with Apache for Windows,
> to be a real "pain"!
>
> Stay with the scripts for now and use
> the free c compilers for other "stuff"!  :)
>
> JLW
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