Re: [xslt] XSLT and Safari

Note that another option (if it would simplify things) is for me to just hand you a buffer+encoding instead of an xmlDocPtr. Then you could parse that buffer+encoding with the appropriate dict and parse options. The issue isn't so much that I have to *parse* the documents myself... rather I just have to load the documents myself. I could leave the parsing up to libxslt if that would be simpler.


On Aug 16, 2004, at 4:45 PM, Dave Hyatt wrote:

Our loading model is asynchronous, so what I wanted to do was simply get everything loaded myself up front so that when libxslt asked for stylesheets I could synchronously hand them back without having to do I/O.

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