Announce: IBM XSL Editor

Joseph Kesselman (yclept Keshlam) keshlam at
Wed Nov 17 18:01:05 GMT 1999

Timely assistance for those who want to take advantage of
the new W3C Recommendation status of XSLT:

The IBM XSL Editor application allows a user to import,
create, and save Extensible  Stylesheet Language (XSL) style
sheets and Extensible Markup Language (XML) source

This XSL stylesheet editor incorporates trace function and
provides assistance with writing select and match
expressions. It integrates XSL Trace with the Visual
Transform tool, both available on alphaWorks. 

IBM's XSL Editor allows users to set and remove "break
points" on the style sheet and source document. The XSL
Editor user interface features an XML "source based"
collapsible "tree view" with dynamic font resizing for
"Zooming" in/out to handle small/large documents. Dynamic
"edit pads" provide a vehicle for style sheet and source
document editing that are automatically kept in synch with
their corresponding tree views. Style sheet authoring is
made convenient by the ability to automatically generate
XPath syntax from sample source documents.

For more information and downloadable code: 

Joe Kesselman, keshlam at

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