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Subject: RE: [docbook-apps] jdk 1.5 and docbook xsl

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Pierre Attar 

> From saxon command line (SAXON 6.5.3 from Michael Kay), it 
> works perfectly.
> So, it seems that it's a JDK problem. I also don't understand 
> translet problem and why my stylesheet is compiled.
> Is it a new Xalan feature to always internally compile the 
> stylesheet ? I 
> really do not know.

I think this is how it works: XSTLC ("Xalan-Java Compiling processor") is
the default XSLT processor in the latest JDK (J2SE 5.0). That means that it
is used when a transformation is invoked via the JAXP APIs, unless another
processor has been explicitly specified. In previous versions of the JDK,
the default XSLT processor was Xalan ("Xalan-Java Interpretive processor").


The whole point of XSLTC is that it uses a compiled form of the stylesheet
(a "translet"). Apparently, there are problems with compiling DocBook
stylesheets. I don't know why.  

Maybe you can get more information from the xalan-dev list:


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