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Re: Docbook XSL Stylesheet question

Subject: Re: Docbook XSL Stylesheet question
From: Jim Melton <jim.melton@xxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 18 Jun 2002 11:03:14 -0600
xml stylesheet docbook.xsl

I haven't (yet) used XML Spy with DocBook (but it's in my queue). However, I happily point out that it's trivial to configure XML Spy to use Saxon for XSLT transforms, which works quite well. The documentation is actually helpful in figuring out how to do this.

Hope this helps,

At 06:43 PM 2002-06-18 +0200 Tuesday, Jirka Kosek wrote:
Brendan Lane Larson wrote:

> <?xml-stylesheet href = 'file:////myhomedir/docbook-
> xsl-1.51.1/html/docbook.xsl' type = 'text/xsl'?>
> Using the seemingly ever popular XML Spy (version 4.4), when I attempt
> to apply an XSL Transformation (to HTML) based on the aforementioned
> stylesheet reference, I receive an error stating that the Named template
> "object.id" does not exist in the stylesheet.
> I've also tried another XML editor on a UNIX platform that appears to
> have a built-in XSL transformation engine based on sax (Turbo XML 2.3).
> This app also has a problem attempting to transform my XML instance
> based on the DocBook html/docbook.xsl.

Well, DocBook XSL stylesheets are quite complex and many programs have
problems with them. Saxon and xsltproc are two most used processors with
DocBook XSL, you can configure your editor to use external processor
instead of built-in.

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