[xsl] design ideas? exploiting variables
Subject: [xsl] design ideas? exploiting variables|
From: Bruce D'Arcus <bdarcus@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 14 Dec 2004 10:04:39 -0500
I'm reworking my citation stylesheets to be more dependent on
variables. I have it now working quite nicely with one piece of the
problem: the bibliographic list. It's all handled in variables apart
from the main document, such that printing it is as simple as:
.... and writing out the raw modsCollection is as easy as:
My question is, what might be a good way to approach an output driver
So, my current code is oriented towards xhtml output. But I want to be
able to write simple simple output drivers for other formats that just
takes the content in the formatted-biblist variable (which is just
xhtml) and transforms it (into, for example, TeX or WordML).
So, if I have a stylesheet for my document that output TeX code, I want
to be able to include/import my stylesheet -- I guess with an output
format parameter? -- and have it return the bibliography and citations
for the correct output format.
How should I approach that?