Steve.Lime at DNR.STATE.MN.US
Wed Oct 3 01:10:08 EDT 2007
I was thinking along these lines (if I understand what you're
I putzed with GML3 output and transformations in general. The idea was
the basic, super vanilla GML 2.2 output and then use XSLT to transform
stuff. The problem I ran into was that libxslt required the
representation to be resident in memory before transforming. That really
the utility of the approach with even moderately sized datasets. The
transformation libraries are available in Java.
Or did you have something else in mind?
>>> Alessandro Pasotti <ale.pas at TISCALI.IT> 10/02/07 1:21 AM >>>
Il martedì 02 ottobre 2007, Hal Mueller ha scritto:
> I attended the BoF, and also spoke quickly with one of the Google
> gaggle the next day.
Perhaps this is a silly idea, but since we could have a family of XML
(gml, kml and gpx) do you think it is too difficult to have an abstract
renderer and some kind of decorator to produce final output?
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