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joe jSubject: SVG, XML & XSLT
Author: joe j
Date: 18 Mar 2005 09:55 PM
Hello,

I am trying to do an xslt to transform svg d attribute to xml? How can I do that?

Another question is; how can I transform an xml to another xml but what if
I dont know what tags are in. The only thing I know is that a parent tag called
<path> and a sub <d> should exist?

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I have this xml file

<path>
<d>
<move position="absolute"> <x>0</x><y>312</y></move>
<dcubic>
<dx>40</dx><dy> 48</dy><dx>120</dx><dy>-32</dy><dx>160</dx><dy>-6</dy></dcubic>
<dcubic>
<dx>0</dx><dy>0</dy><dx>5</dx><dy>4</dy><dx>10</dx><dy>-3</dy></dcubic>
<dcubic>
<dx>10</dx><dy>-103</dy><dx>50</dx><dy>-83</dy><dx>90</dx><dy>-42</dy></dcubic>
<dcubic>
<dx>0</dx><dy>0</dy><dx>20</dx><dy>12</dy><dx>30</dx><dy>7</dy></dcubic>
<dcubic>
<dx>-2</dx><dy>12</dy><dx>-18</dx><dy>17</dy><dx>-40</dx><dy>17</dy></dcubic>
<dcubic>
<dx>-55</dx><dy>-2</dy><dx>-40</dx><dy>25</dy><dx>-20 </dx><dy>35</dy></dcubic>
<dcubic>
<dx>30</dx><dy>20</dy><dx>35</dx><dy>65</dy><dx>-30</dx><dy>71</dy></dcubic>
<dcubic>
<dx>-50</dx><dy>4</dy><dx>-170</dx><dy>4</dy><dx>-200</dx><dy>-79</dy></dcubic>
<z />
</d>
</path>


I want to tranform it to another xml file but with alittle calculations on the dx and dy,
how can I do that?!

thanks in advance

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(Deleted User) Subject: SVG, XML & XSLT
Author: (Deleted User)
Date: 24 Mar 2005 03:05 PM
Hi Joe,

>I am trying to do an xslt to transform svg d attribute to
>xml? How can I do that?

I guess this has already been covered by another thread on this forum

>Another question is; how can I transform an xml to another
>xml but what if I dont know what tags are in.
>The only thing I know is that a parent tag called
><path> and a sub <d> should exist?

You should create a template with a match attribute of "path/d"; it
will be executed whenever this pattern is found in the XML, regardless
of the position.

Alberto

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joe jSubject: SVG, XML & XSLT
Author: joe j
Date: 30 Mar 2005 10:02 AM
Originally Posted: 30 Mar 2005 10:03 AM
hello,

thanks for your reply.

I have tried to find the the topic in this forum regarding d attribute transformation but couldnt!
could you please refer me. thank you

Joe

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(Deleted User) Subject: SVG, XML & XSLT
Author: (Deleted User)
Date: 31 Mar 2005 04:32 AM
Joe,
I am referring to the thread "SVG path d --> XSLT" that you started; the
direct link is http://www.stylusstudio.com/SSDN/default.asp?action=9&read=3429&fid=48

Alberto

   
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