Re: [xslt] xsltParseStylesheetFile trouble

Hey, remember back when Joseph said:
> "./styles/matrix.xsl"

I think the problem is with  your expectations of what ./ does. It
represents the current working directory, which on Windows, I think it
is the directory the .exe file is in. On Unix-like systems, the current
working directory for an application is the directory it was started
from (ie. the user's home directory).

Peter Jones <unix;c++;crypto;xml;vi;4wd;geek> [ ]
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