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Re: ant task

Subject: Re: ant task
From: Michael Schäfer <michael.schaefer@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 02 Jun 2010 08:57:24 +0200
Re:  ant task
The xslt task provides the basedir and includes attributes you
can use to define a file set like in this snippet from one of
our build files that transforms a set of XML configuration

<xslt style="${xsl}/migrate-config.xsl"
    	basedir="${user.config.in}" includes="config.*.xml"

Results go to the place the destdir attribute specifies.
We're using Ant 1.7.1.



Am 02.06.2010 01:17, schrieb Michael Kay:
On 01/06/2010 23:49, Monosij Dutta-Roy wrote:
I am using XSLT / Saxon 9.2 from Ant (using Saxon9-ant) to apply
I want to the use fileset task in ant to apply the XSLT to a set of
files in a directory.

Wanted to find out if there would be some examples of this. I am
thinking I need to:
1. send in a value for the 'in' param in the saxon-xslt task.
2. send in a parallel value for the 'out' paramter or modify the 'out'
parameter according to the name of the file.

My calls from Ant are working fine - just need to apply the transforms
to a set of files in a directory. If there is another approach to the
above please let me know.

Firstly, I don't recommend using the Saxon Ant XSLT task. Use the
standard XSLT task instead, specifying Saxon
(net.sf.saxon.TransformerFactoryImpl) as the JAXP transformer factory.
Two reasons (a) it was never possible to test the Saxon task thoroughly
enough, because there's no test suite available, so many regression bugs
were introduced inadvertently, (b) the original justification for it has
disappeared, since everything you might want to control in the
transformation (e.g. initial template name, initial mode, etc etc) is
now available through properties on the JAXP factory which the standard
task can set.

That then leaves your question about applying the transformation to a
set of files. I'm afraid that's something I haven't attempted to do at
the ant level. It's easy enough to do it at the XSLT level by processing
a collection().


Michael Kay

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