Perl XSLT Parser (fwd)
gjosten at sci.kun.nl
Mon Jul 26 13:23:13 BST 1999
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>- ----- Original Message -----
>From: Nicolas MONNET <nico at echange.fr>
>To: <xml-dev at ic.ac.uk>
>Sent: Thursday, July 08, 1999 7:18 AM
>Subject: XSL implementation other than Java?
> I want to use XSL from within a Perl program. So far I have only seen
> based XSL engines, and maybe msxsl.dll, which is not of great use for me
> since I'm not running Windows.
> Is there any other implementation (or beiginning thereof), available in
> source form? (Free preferably).
---------- Forwarded message ----------
>Date: Thu, 22 Jul 1999 14:52:29 +0200 (MET DST)
>From: E.L. Willighagen <egonw at sci.kun.nl>
>To: egonw at sci.kun.nl, gjosten at sci.kun.nl, perl-xml at lyris.activestate.com
>Subject: Perl XSLT parser
Geert Josten has developed a XSL-T parser for Perl...
that is: it is a script at this moment that supports some
of the XSL-T commands. At this moment it is a bit limited
but very useful. I used it to convert old CML files to
the new CML format...
it supports *one* template at this moment, but you can select
all elements in the XML-structure...
you can do testing on attributes: example: string[@title="BOILINGPOINT"]
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