Re: Efficiency, use param in key?
Rob, > [name sounds familiar, Authorware? Director?] Authorware and CBT development for many, many years! I've presented at TAAC and written articles over the years, but have we met? Your name seems familiar - we met at TAAC at Snowbird, perhaps? > First, people who storyboard their projects are some of the smartest > people :-D Amazes me that some DON'T! But then again many people think PowerPoint is sufficiently interactive for self-paced training. > Second, I am not too clear on the desired outcome. This is part of a pre-publish/QA utility that checks that all of the assets a program needs are present. This way some poor person doesn't have to look at every screen simply to confirm that it's media is present before we burn 10,000s of CDs (and we've got a project now with > 2200 screens and ~4000 MP3 files). > Can you show the output you are trying to achieve? > > Ah.. you just want a list of assets and to ensure all the names are > lowercase Right. The output is just a text file of all the files of that type. This file is in turn used to move those files, copy them, etc. An excerpt: 1a03001.mp3 1a03002.mp3 1a03003.mp3 1a03004.mp3 1a04001.mp3 1a04002.mp3 a01ba.0030.02.q1.mp3 a01ba.0030.03.q3.mp3 a01ba.0030.04.mp3 a01ba.0030.05.mp3 > You don't need the elaborate match. In your match="/" you set up > everything to be fed to the template directly above. So all you need is: > > <xsl:template match="file_audio"> I want the result to contain each file only once. > I am not sure what you are trying to do here: > > <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes">
</xsl:text> Me neither! It was a goof, the d.o.e. was not needed. > I don't understand why you need to get the media assets all at once. For > a storyboard that I have in mind you would want to keep the asset with > the frame. Can you elaborate on what you need. I took a moment to visit your site and think I understand your question. There's an altogether separate process for accessing the filenames during a course's runtime. The snippets you shared, perhaps from your liveSTORYBOARD product family (?) were awesome though, and suggest that though our approach may be different, we had to solve the same basic problems. > Chris, you can contact me offlist if you want more specific stuff as it > relates to a MACR product. Will do, since we may actually be neighbors and I may need help on some upcoming projects. Chris XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
PURCHASE STYLUS STUDIO ONLINE TODAY!
Purchasing Stylus Studio from our online shop is Easy, Secure and Value Priced!
Download The World's Best XML IDE!
Accelerate XML development with our award-winning XML IDE - Download a free trial today!
Subscribe in XML format