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Re: XSLT processor for Mac OS X

Subject: Re: XSLT processor for Mac OS X
From: Colin Paul Adams <colin@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sat, 22 Mar 2008 09:11:37 +0000
Re:  XSLT processor for Mac OS X
>>>>> "Aaron" == Aaron Gray <angray@xxxxxxxx> writes:

    Aaron> Okay, its for PPC, thats great.

So you can download it starting at http://gestalt.sourceforge.net and
follow the links.

    Aaron> Also it would be good if it had a graphical frontend
    >> 
    >> To do what?

    Aaron> So my father does not have to use command line. There maybe
    Aaron> a way to use Aplple script or simular to do a graphical
    Aaron> interface, for choosing files and destination directories,
    Aaron> etc.

There may be. I have never used a Mac, and have no idea what Apple
script looks like.

But if you were to spec. such an interface, it would be fairly easy to
write.

    Aaron> and ideally able to batch process.
    >> 
    >> I'm not sure what you mean by that in the context of XSLT.

    Aaron> To allow groups of files to be translated.

That functionality is available via shell scripts (you can just write
a script that repeatedly invokes the processor) - but you could also
make it part of the spec for a graphical interface.

But this can be done within a transformation using collection and xsl:result-document.
-- 
Colin Adams
Preston Lancashire

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