Re: Naming conventions for xsl/xslt stylesheets
I think technically, you can have any extension for your XSLT files (except you should avoid using extensions used by popular softwares - like .doc, .xls etc).
But I think it's a good practice to name pure XSLT files with .xslt extension. .xsl extension is normally used for files having XSLT + XSL-FO code.
(but personally, I use extension .xsl even for pure XSLT files -- as it doesn't really matter, and I can type file names quickly).
On 1/30/07, Ben Stover <bxstover@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
-- Regards, Mukul Gandhi
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