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Re: Good app to apply transformations automatically?

Subject: Re: Good app to apply transformations automatically?
From: "Gary E. Daniels" <gdaniels@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 11 Jul 2006 16:22:14 -0500
Re:  Good app to apply transformations automatically?
Also, see XML Wrench, a free program at http://www.xmlwrench.com. I believe it has features for batch transforms.


At 12:20 PM 7/11/2006 -0400, you wrote:
O.K. Maybe I wasn't giving them a chance. I'm not a programmer
though, so for me, Java and C are not an option. I'm not familiar
with Saxon extensions so could you explain how that might work?

On Jul 11, 2006, at 11:57 AM, Florent Georges wrote:

  The responses you got in this thread apply, IMHO.  For example
Kernow, creating a little XSLT script with Saxon extensions that apply
itself the transformations, a more "portable" script using
collection(), a shell script, a custom application (for example using
Saxon in Java, or gexslt in Eiffel, or libxslt in C, ...), etcetera.

Why none of these is right for you?



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