[xsl] finally announcing (XSLT 2.0-based citation processing)

Subject: [xsl] finally announcing (XSLT 2.0-based citation processing)
From: Bruce D'Arcus <bdarcus@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 22 Jun 2005 11:43:57 -0400
In case people are interested, I finally announced the project I've been working on, and posted an archive of the code at Sourceforge.

I think it makes pretty heavy use of some of the important new features in XSLT 2.0: grouping, functions, etc.

More here (including the XSLT documentation, and examples):


Archive is at the project page:


I'd like to thank the list, and in particular David C., M. David P., Mike K., Jeni T., and Wendell P, without whose help this would have been possible. I'm just a guy -- with no programming background (unless you count a semester in middle school learning basic) -- who got frustrated enough as an end-user to have felt the need to invent a better solution.

Am also hoping to get some of this into OpenOffice, where I'm the co-project lead for the bibliographic project. Alas, this requires getting Sun programmers to do some low-level changes to their word-processing app.

Note: I've not yet integrated the latest issue I was posting about with the funky punctation.


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