From email@example.com Tue Aug 25 03:21:24 1998 Date: Tue, 25 Aug 1998 10:08:39 +0200 From: Jeremy CALLES <Jeremy.Calles@sophia.inria.fr> Subject: First beta release of a Java XSL Processor (WD 1.0)
This is an XSL processor written in Java that conforms to the WD 1.0 (http://www.w3.org/TR/1998/WD-xsl-19980818), using the Simple API for XML (SAX 1.0) and the Document Object Model (DOM 1.0) API. (FreeDOM implementation of Don Park, firstname.lastname@example.org.)
This package also contains xslSlideMaker, a post-processor that can quickly make slides with XML & XSL.
This Processor won't implement any Flow Objects.
It supports every template rules and xsl:process rules except the Parent Anchor(../), Alternative Pattern , IdAnchor, Matching on Position and priority.
It support xsl:process-children, xsl:value-of.
I have some problems to implement xsl:number : I need some examples to understand what multi and any level should really do.
You can download my XSL processor at:
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