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Re: [xsl] XSLT processor for Mac OS X

2008-03-22 10:00:27
On Mar 22, 2008, at 8:46 AM, Kamal wrote:

Aaron Gray wrote:
I am looking for an XSLT processor for Mac OS X for my father to use. Ideally it is native and does not require Java to be installed. Also it would be good if it had a graphical frontend and ideally able to batch process.

Probably asking too much :)

Many thanks in advance,


Does MacOS X come with xsltproc? Check if you can run that on the command line.
Yes, MacOSX comes with xsltproc, which is in /usr/bin.

You can test this by doing this at the prompt:

which xsltproc

As someone else mentioned, xsltproc only does xsl 1.0, but it's very fast.

Okay, will try xsltproc, I tried Gestalt, and it works great compared to Microsoft MSXSL which does not indent properly and translates <br/> into <br></br> 's which is crap.

I tried Gestalt on Windows and its great, written in Eiffel so its probably very well written.

Thanks everyone,


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