KML output

Alessandro Pasotti ale.pas at TISCALI.IT
Wed Oct 3 02:32:44 EDT 2007

Il mercoledì 03 ottobre 2007, Steve Lime ha scritto:
> I was thinking along these lines (if I understand what you're
> suggesting) when
> I putzed with GML3 output and transformations in general. The idea was
> to use
> the basic, super vanilla GML 2.2 output and then use XSLT to transform
> to other
> stuff. The problem I ran into was that libxslt required the
> untransformed DOM
> representation to be resident in memory before transforming. That really
> limited
> the utility of the approach with even moderately sized datasets. The
> only streaming
> transformation libraries are available in Java.
> Or did you have something else in mind?

Yes, you got it right, I was thinking about manipulating the dom or using 
xslt, but your observations about memory usage show the limitations of this 

Alessandro Pasotti
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