Re: [xsl] dynamically set priority in xsl:template

Subject: Re: [xsl] dynamically set priority in xsl:template
From: Georges Schmitz <georges.schmitz@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 02 Mar 2007 11:52:57 +0100
I wasn't aware of use-when being evaluated at compile-time - I never
used it until now. The usage of system properties came never to my mind
before. I have to see how this would fit into the "ant" build process
that is calling the stylesheet.


Michael Kay wrote:
> XSLT variables and parameters don't have a value until run-time, so you
> can't refer to them in use-when. What you can do instead is to refer to Java
> system properties
> use-when="system-property('slenderise.level') = '1'"
> which you can set from the command line using -Dslenderise.level=1 or from a
> calling Java application using System.setProperty().

Current Thread