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From: Douglas Gregor (gregod_at_[hidden])
Date: 2003-02-19 10:55:41

On Tuesday 18 February 2003 08:46 pm, Darryl Green wrote:
> It may be easier to use a platform dependent (or user selectable) xslt
> tool rather than try to build/install a cross platform one? Anyone who
> has a recent enough IE installed on Windows has XSLT installed - why not
> use it.

Absolutely. Eventually, I hope to have Boost Jam support for XSL
transformation, with support for multiple XSL transformation tools like we
have support for multiple C++ compilers.

> I've been using XSLT on windows and linux. On windows I'm just using
> MS's msxml. This seems to be pretty solid these days - nothing to build
> - just install it... To do a command line xslt transformation you can
> use a little (28k exe) utility that uses the msxml dll. The utility
> (msxsl) can be downloadded from:
> =/msdn-files/027/001/485/msdncompositedoc.xml

Thanks for the link. Do Microsoft also have a small utility for XInclude


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