[xsl] Re: EXSLT, how to use its functions

Subject: [xsl] Re: EXSLT, how to use its functions
From: "Dimitre Novatchev" <dnovatchev@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 3 Sep 2003 06:27:28 +0200
"Américo Albuquerque" <melinor@xxxxxxx> wrote in message
> Hi
> I think that xmlspy uses msxml that doesn't support exslt.

EXSLT support for MSXML4 (common:node-set() and all functions from the
"Sets" module) can be downloaded at http://sourceforge.net/projects/fxsl/

One can configure the command-line options of XML-SPY to work with
exMsxsl.exe (the modified msxsl.exe command-line utility, which supports
EXSLT) like this (this info provided by Oleg Tkachenko):

Tools --> Options --> XSL
External XSL transformation program:
C:\Program Files\EXSLT for MSXML4\msEXSLT\exMsxsl.exe
%1 %3 -o %2 -u '4.0*ex'

This can be used to perform transformations with XMLSPY. AFAIK XMLSPY have
their own XSLT processor used for debugging. This means that EXSLT support
will be unavailable during debugging with XMLSPY.


Dimitre Novatchev.
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