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joe jSubject: Recursion Depth in Stylus!!!
Author: joe j
Date: 06 Apr 2005 01:41 PM
Originally Posted: 06 Apr 2005 12:07 PM
Hello, I have tried to make an XSLT to transform one d attribute path in SVG to another. The idea is to find all commands in the path and make spaces before and after the command. The problem I get is the following...When I run my XSLT on an SVG file, it gives me an error "deep recursion depth". I don't understand why?! Hope someone can help... to optimize recursive in XSLT I have attached the xslt file and the svg file example

XSLT commands

svg file with d paths

Minollo I.Subject: Recursion Depth in Stylus!!!
Author: Minollo I.
Date: 08 Apr 2005 09:36 PM
It does indeed contain an infinite recursion path; I didn't enter into the details of the execution, but you keep looping between the command_separetor and nextcommand templates.

Try setting a breakpoint in command_separetor, and follow the execution step by step.


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