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George: an XSLT application in C++ for Linux

John Redmond
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I would like to draw attention to George at It is
small and pretty fast and, as far as I know, compliant with all of the
W3C XSLT 1.0 recommendatio. It is presently available only for Linux/Unix.

George is based on the Limpid XML library, which implements W3C DOM
(level 2 core), XPath 1.0 and XSLT 1.0.

Both George and Limpid are released under the GPL and are available for
free download.
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