DSC 2.0 Released: Includes DSSSL Transformation Language
From firstname.lastname@example.org Tue Jul 20 10:45:53 1999 Date: Tue, 20 Jul 1999 13:38:43 +0100 From: "Henry S. Thompson" <email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Subject: DSC 2.0 released: includes DSSSL transformation language, based on SP
In response to popular demand, I'm please (I think) to announce the long-delayed release of dsc-2.0, with support for the DSSSL transformation language in addition to dsc's DSSSL checking and debugging features.
This release has been languishing in a not-quite-well-packaged state for over a year. I've released it due to popular demand, but with minimal testing and no guarantees it will build in your environment. See the README file for details.
A quote from the blurb:
This tool, which embeds a full R4RS Scheme interpreter in James Clark's SP parser, is designed both to provide an online syntax checker for all DSSSL expression, style and transformation language programs, and to serve as a preprocessor for any Scheme-embedded DSSSL implementation. Virtually the entire language as specified in chapters 8 through 12 of the standard is checked for syntactic correctness, and a virtually complete implementation of the core expression language is included, as is the first-ever (as far as I know) implementation of the DSSSL transformation language.