Re: xsltproc and file names
>>>>> "Tommy" == Tommy Nordgren <tommy.nordgren@xxxxxxxxx> writes: Tommy> On 4 nov 2007, at 13.38, Abel Braaksma wrote: >>> How do I generate an output file name in an xsl stylesheet? >> >> You can't in XSLT 1.0. You can in XSLT 2.0, but then you will >> have to switch processors to Saxon 8.9 (open source for >> B-version), Gestalt (open source) or AltovaXML (free, >> proprietary). Tommy> This can't be right. The docbook chunked xsl Tommy> stylesheets generates filenames for html. Well, actually it generates files. But chunking requires an extra (non-XSLT) processor in XSLT 1.0. Of course, you can generate a filename quite easily. But writing to the file is another matter. You need an extension function, or XSLT 2.0. -- Colin Adams Preston Lancashire
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