Re: Tree from directory listing
Ah, it does process deeper directories, apart from a minor bug (you are passing @path in the named templates instead of $path).
Though, the result doesn't look like what I would have expected. It only merged folders and subfolders properly when the files are sorted in advance, so it seems..
Generalizing on the original question, I feeded your stylesheet the following XML and had to fix the case where the $path contains less than 2 slashes to prevent (another) endless loop:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <root> <file name ="f5.xyz" path="/test2/folderInFolder3/folderInFolder4/"/> <file name ="f1a.xyz" path="/"/> <file name ="f1.xyz" path="/test/"/> <file name ="f4b.xyz" path="/test/folderInFolder2/"/> <file name ="f3.xyz" path="/test/folderInFolder/"/> <file name ="f2.xyz" path="/test/folderInFolder/"/> <file name ="f4.xyz" path="/test/folderInFolder2/"/> <file name ="f5b.xyz" path="/test2/folderInFolder3/"/> </root>
(I deliberately mixed the order)
I was also wondering what would happen if the input doesn't supply a file for each subfolder that should be output. For example just:
<file name ="f1a.xyz" path="/"/> <file name ="f4b.xyz" path="/test/folderInFolder2/"/>
The result was getting a bit awkward by this time, so I tried to work out the following approach: build a folder structure for each file separately and merge it in a second step.
Less efficient maybe, but it seems to do its job quite well..
If anyone is interested, I'll share the stylesheet...
The XSL works on folder structure any deep..
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