Syntext is glad to announce the release of Xsl-Status V1.3.0, an indispensable
progress tracking tool for XSLT stylesheet developers.
The release features the following enhancements:
- The ability to generate multiple reports at a time.
- The ability to group generated reports.
- The ability to generate summary reports.
- XML Catalogs support.
Being originally designed for the developers of XSLT stylesheets for
Syntext Serna WYSIWYG XML editor, Xsl-Status has been extremely handy
generating reports on the support of elements of large schemas such
as DITA, Docbook, and S1000D. With the reports generated with Xsl-Status,
Syntext Serna XSLT stylesheet developers always know which of the numerous
elements are supported, which elements have yet to be supported, which
elements are being tested, etc.
The new version of Xsl-Status has made it possible for Syntext Serna
XSLT stylesheet developers to generate reports for several document types
simultaneously (e.g. DITA Task, Topic, Concept) and have them grouped by
category (e.g. Serna DITA 1.3, Serna DITA 1.1). Multiple reports are
displayed conveniently as structured lists in summary reports, with links
letting you access a desired report easily.
Xsl-Status helps you track:
- The support of XML Schema elements in your XSLT stylesheet.
- The support status of a particular element: development, testing, finished.
- Which template supports a particular XML element.
The tool can also be used by the project manager to see the project progress
and assign the priority.
Download Xsl-Status for free at:
http://downloads.syntext.com/xsl-status-1-3-0.zip for Windows
http://downloads.syntext.com/xsl-status-1-3-0.tgz for Linux
Xsl-Status is written in Python, coming as a free open source tool with
-- The Syntext Team
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