#4 apply a pipeline of XSLT transforms to source(s)


An alternative command line tool that makes it easier to
apply a pipeline of XSLT transforms to one or more
sources. Would be nice if the saxon command line tool
would do something like this, but then this is simple
enough to just use. I post it here for consideration to
add to the distribution and for others to just download
from here.



  • Gunther Schadow

    Gunther Schadow - 2003-11-26

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    Fixed bug where the final transform in the chain was always a
    null-transform. Hence output properties where being ignored.

  • Gunther Schadow

    Gunther Schadow - 2003-11-26
  • Gunther Schadow

    Gunther Schadow - 2004-05-16

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    Hi, I added more to the TRAXPipe idea. Thanks to Michael
    breaking the gordian knot, this now allows you to send a big
    document into a pipeline, split it at the second level element
    and transform each sub-document separately, then join them
    again at the end into one big document.

    In the future I will handle directories as such a document set
    and I will add a class to write multiple documents to an
    output directory (instead of joining them together.)


  • Gunther Schadow

    Gunther Schadow - 2004-05-16

    TRAXPipe & friends

  • Michael Kay

    Michael Kay - 2004-05-16

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    I've been tempted a number of times to add this kind of
    functionality to the Saxon command line, but I've resisted.
    Turning the command line into a pipeline programming
    language is not the right way to go. There is lots of scope
    for tools like this, but architecturally I think they belong
    in a layer above Saxon, not in Saxon itself.

    Michael Kay



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