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XSLT syntax highlighting

Java based XSLT Processor extension for syntax highlighting

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This is an implementation of syntax highlighting as an extension module for XSLT processors (Xalan, Saxon), so if you have e.g. article about programming written in DocBook, code examples can be automatically syntax highlighted during the XSLT processing phase.

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    Nicely documented deployment steps. Worked like a charm for me running this with the DITA OT that ships with XMetaL Author Enterprise.

    Posted 11/03/2010
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    The highlight provided by xslthl has been one of the WOW features for my dita documentation generation. (the DITA OT plugin using XSLTHL is found at http://bitbucket.org/qwcode/dita.ot.plugins.highlight-pdf/wiki/Home ) Thanks a lot for the great project. -Igor Lino

    Posted 08/03/2010
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Intended Audience

Advanced End Users

Programming Language

XSL (XSLT/XPath/XSL-FO), Java

Registered

2005-11-22

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