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Subject: Re: DOCBOOK-APPS: First stable release of the Gnome XSLT library (fwd)

Dan York wrote:

> Kevin,

Can it be used for formatted output ?

>>	Just thought I'd pass along this information about an XSLT
>>library... If you didn't know, Gnome and KDE are Linux desktop
>>environments. It looks like this library can be compiled on other
>>platforms also.
> Thanks for the heads-up... I've been using libxslt (on a Linux box)
> for a couple of weeks now and have been *very* pleased with how it
> has handled XML/XSLT.  It does not require Java and just runs from the
> command prompt (as "xsltproc").  I have been very pleased with the output
> for HTML pages.
> After reading your note, I went and downloaded the 1.0 release. The only
> "gotcha" is that you need to also download Norm's 1.41 XSL stylesheets
> to use libxslt with chunking.  (Norm rewrote part of chunker.xsl and
> Daniel Veillard (libxslt author) modified part of libxslt for the new
> way of working with the stylesheets.)
> But I can report that the two work very well together and all the
> processing seems to be going fine.
> Regards
> Dan
> P.S. here again is the libxslt download info:
>>  The C code and precompiled RPM packages for linux are available at
>>                 ftp://xmlsoft.org/
>>  The project pages are at:
>>               http://xmlsoft.org/XSLT/ 
>>	       http://xmlsoft.org/ 


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