[jdom-interest] Problems with '<' and '>' in element.addConte
Ken Rune Helland
kenh at csc.no
Wed Jan 2 05:00:22 PST 2002
> "But im not certain JDOM is good for html as valid html is not
> nesesarily valid xml."
> yes. i accept that. But is there a better way of converting JDOM to
> HTML ? I am not convinced with converting JDOM to streamsource and
> coverting into HTML using XSLT. how much is the performance loss ?
> Is there a native XSLT for JDOM available ?
There is a XSLT source subclass/implementation that allows you to feed it
a JDOM document directectly. I think it is called JDOMSource. I think it
was in org.jdom.transform package. I used in a project a while ago and it
was quite a lot faster than using streamsource when you already had a JDOM
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