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January 11, 2007, 2:52 am
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Re: XSL and XSLT
You could, but that's usually painful.
I'd suggest working at the command line and using a simple command-line
friendly XSLT transform engine (trivial script wrapped around either
Xerces or MSXML) to turn XML files into HTML or XML output using XSLT.
This makes the whole process more visible and you can see the end
results in an editor, not just as rendered.
Better editors: jEdit (free), or XML Spy ($$$$$) can also embed such an
engine and give you a very slick working environment for doing XSLT
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