> For instance, if you were using the > xalan testXSLT > program as your processing engine, you would pipe from one > call to another using > a command line like the following: > > testXSLT -in myfile.xml -xsl format.xsl | testXSLT -xsl > display.xsl -out > myfile.html > > (I think that syntax should work.) I think that would be a nice addition to any XSLT engine, whether it be a pipeless win32 box or *nix. I often find it simpler to do two steps rather than a Jeni T monster transform. Regards DaveP XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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