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Manual Reference Pages  -  XSLT-PARSER (1)

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NAME

xslt-parser - XSLT transformations

CONTENTS

SYNOPSIS

xslt-parser [options] <project>

DESCRIPTION

xslt-parser performs stylesheet transformations.

When given a project name, it appends ‘.xsl’ for the XSLT stylesheet and ‘.xml’ for the XML file to apply the stylesheet to and performs the transformation using the XML::XSLT perl module.

OPTIONS

-c Pass through HTML::Clean. You must have HTML::Clean installed.
-d Turns debugging on. This can produce a lot of noise.
-n NoWeb. You can use xslt-parser as a CGI script. With this option, it will not output the headers that are usually needed.
-s <file> Specify a seperate different stylesheet. Usually, xslt-parser will simply append ‘.xsl’ to the project name to get the stylesheet. A different stylesheet can be specified using this option.

AUTHORS

Geert Josten <gjosten@sci.kun.nl>, Mark A. Hershberger <mah@everybody.org>

SEE ALSO

XML::XSLT

The w3.org XSLT recommendation at <http://www.w3.org/TR/xslt>

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