RE: [xsl] Xsltproc document()

Subject: RE: [xsl] Xsltproc document()
From: David.Pawson@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Tue, 20 May 2003 07:57:25 +0100

Shows 4 processors and their reaction
to various combinations.


> > However, if I try to send a full path so I can incorporate a 
> > file that is
> > somewhere other than the same directory, it doesn't work.  
> > I've tried to
> > send the parameter as c:\foo and as file:\\\c:\foo and 
> > nothing seems to
> > work.  
> > 
>  I do not know about xsltproc, but neither of your examples 
> are correct
> syntax.  Try each of these -
> file:///c:\foo
> file:c:\foo
> file:///c:/foo
> One of these should work (file: URLs are notoriously hard to 
> be sure of
> the right syntax for, but the slashes right after the scheme must be
> forward ones, not reverse)
> I am assuming that you are on Windows because of the backslashes.  If
> you are on *nix, use only forward slashes.
> Cheers,
> Tom P
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