soapdog at mac.com
Mon May 22 18:29:45 EDT 2006
if you're on MacOS X then you can use the shell. MacOS X comes with
xsltproc which is a command line tool to do xslt transformations!
PS: xsltproc is courtesy of libxml2 (which is the same one that Rev
On May 22, 2006, at 5:50 PM, Todd Geist wrote:
> OK, Thanks for confirming that! I there is at least one OSAX on OSX
> that can do it via Applescript. So I guess I will go the scripting
> route (VB/AS) for the time being.
> On 5/22/06, Jan Schenkel <janschenkel at yahoo.com> wrote:
>> --- Todd Geist <toddgeist at gmail.com> wrote:
>> > Hello,
>> > Is there a way to do XSLT transformations with Rev?
>> > I have looked at
>> > the docs but I don't see anything to do with
>> > "Transform". Any ideas?
>> > Thanks
>> > Todd
>> Hi Todd,
>> The underlying library for Rev's XML-functions
>> (libxml) has a companion library for XSL.
>> Unfortunately, this hasn't surfaced in Rev yet.
>> On Windows you could use a roundabout way by employing
>> VBScript to tap into the MSXML library ; perhaps
>> someone has made or could make a command-line app
>> around libxsl and compile that for MacOSX, Windows and
>> In the meantime, everyone looking for XSL out of the
>> box, should vote for bugzilla #2809
>> Best regards,
>> Jan Schenkel.
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