Julian Reschke wrote:
Again: it's much easier to test using any recent web browser, and using
rfc2629.xslt. Just press F5 (refresh) in the browser window, and there
OK, I have been told off-list that this needs more explanation...
rfc2629.xslt implements the xml2rfc vocabulary in XSLT, which all major
browsers nowadays implement.
Thus, you can simply open the XML in the browser, and let the browser
convert to HTML.
To do so:
1) Add the XML Stylesheet Processing Instruction to the top of the
source file, such as in:
<?xml-stylesheet type='text/xsl' href='rfc2629.xslt' ?>
(after the XML declaration, when present)
2) Copy rfc2629.xslt to the folder where the xml2rfc source file resides
(get it from <http://greenbytes.de/tech/webdav/rfc2629xslt.zip>).
3) Open the XML file in IE/Firefox/Safari/Opera.
More info: <http://greenbytes.de/tech/webdav/rfc2629xslt/rfc2629xslt.html>
NOTE: rfc2629.xslt does not support xml2rfc's "include" processing
instruction, thus external references will only work using the XML
entity inclusion mechanism (see <http://xml.resource.org/>, "Including
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