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Re: XSLT arguments in PHP 5

Subject: Re: XSLT arguments in PHP 5
From: "Martynas Jusevicius" <martynas.jusevicius@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2006 18:33:32 +0200
arguments en php
Thanks for trying, but I finally managed to get stream-based solution
working :) Thanks to this:

On 6/21/06, Buchcik, Kasimier <k.buchcik@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Martynas Jusevicius [mailto:martynas.jusevicius@xxxxxxxxx]

> Well, I want to pass dinamically formed XML as side-documents
> for my stylesheet.
> In PHP4's processing function there was an option of passing such
> arguments and later accessing them through Sablotron-specific scheme
> "document('arg:/...)".

Ah. This can be made workable with Libxslt/Libxml2.

> I'm looking for an alternative in PHP5. Are saying it is not
> possible yet? :/

I don't know if it's currently possible with PHP 5. I can only
provide info about Libxml2's side. So others will be of more help here.

> Quoting Zend: "All the XML extensions now support PHP streams
> throughout, even if you try to access a stream not directly from PHP.
> <...> Basically, you can access a PHP stream everywhere where you can
> access a normal file."
> So I thought I might implement my own stream wrapper and use it with
> document(). I have no luck here though.




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