#12 Add msxsl.exe support in xsl-process.el

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2003-09-26
2003-09-26
Doug Bloebaum
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Adds support for using Microsoft's msxsl command-line
XSLT processor (see
http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/en-
us/dnxml/html/msxsl.asp) to xsl-process.el.

Note that I had to comment out the first "generic" entry
in xsl-process-error-regexps since it was interfering with
my new regexp, and I didn't feel comfortable messing
with the "generic" one since I don't know what it's trying
to match!

Also, fixed a documentation bug in the xsl-process
function while I was at it.

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  • Doug Bloebaum
    Doug Bloebaum
    2003-09-26

    Context diff for xslide-process.el 0.2.2

     
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  • Glen Peterson
    Glen Peterson
    2003-11-06

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    If I merge this, can you help test it? If so, on what Emacs
    (GNU/X) what operating system, and what xsl processors?

     
  • Doug Bloebaum
    Doug Bloebaum
    2003-11-06

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    Sure! I'm afraid I only have access to GNU Emacs 21.2.1 on
    XP and MSXML2 v3 at the moment, though. Being a former
    Unix administrator, it really pains me to have to admit that. :-)

     
  • Glen Peterson
    Glen Peterson
    2003-11-09

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    Please check the xslide list archive for the past day or so.
    We've been discussing your patch. I wasn't comfortable
    "messing with the generic one" either since I didn't know
    which processors used that code. Nor was I comfortable with
    removing it and replacing it with the msxsl code either. So
    I emailed the person who submitted the last bunch of
    contributions to that file and the xslide list. The rest of
    your changes looked pretty straight-forward to me.

    To view the messages, go to xslide on sourceforge and click
    on lists.

    -Glen