Subject: Re: [xsl] how to understand a complex stylesheet|
From: Michael Norman <michael.norman@xxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 14 Dec 2004 20:42:22 +0100
Robert> You could use (something like) OxygenXML's XSL debugger Robert> (http://oxygenxml.com) to step through a Robert> transformation. That would give you the info you need, I Robert> think??
Or examine trace output from a transformation.
Yes, debugging is definetly one way to understand a stylesheet, I think sometimes the best way to totally comprehend how some transformation works. But this is some timeconsuming method, and after a couple of minutes one forgets which template came when etc :) So I think debugging and trace output are great to get in-depth knowledge about the stylesheet, but not for getting a first impression or overlook about the XSL. Thanks for your help.