Processing huge files

Discussion in 'XML' started by John Redmond, Jun 27, 2006.

  1. John Redmond

    John Redmond Guest

    From time to time, there have been posts asking about options for
    transforming really huge xml files. I might just have a solution for
    this in my new app (Lexxia for Linux and Windows). Providing the files
    have a regular repeat structure, Lexxia provides an option for STEPPING
    through the source DOM as it is being constructed. Each of the regular
    subtrees is transformed and then removed from the DOM. At the same time,
    the transformer streams the result to a file, so that there is no
    accumulation of a result document.

    Lexxia does some other potentially useful things with xml source, so it
    might be worth giving a try, because it is released under the Gnu GPL
    and the price is right. Check out http://www.limpidsoft.com.
     
    John Redmond, Jun 27, 2006
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