Re: [xslt] Executing xslt scripts
- From: Scott Bronson <bronson rinspin com>
- To: The Gnome XSLT library mailing-list <xslt gnome org>
- Subject: Re: [xslt] Executing xslt scripts
- Date: Fri, 27 Jan 2006 08:21:21 -0500
I'll readily defer to the expertise of this list. I've abandoned the
idea of making xslt scripts exectuable.
> I agree with the idea that if Liferea supports feed filtering at
> then the UI should make it as easy as simply selecting an .xsl file.
> In fact, I once submitted a patch to embed libxslt in Liferea:
> func=detail&atid=581686&aid=1197414&group_id=87005Out of curiosity, what feed reader do you use now?
Shame the maintainer didn't take your patch; his solution is mediocre at
best. Ah well. Good thing it's not that big a deal. :)
> A file that starts
> with #! is no longer valid XML. http://www.w3.org/TR/2004/REC-
That's true (and I think I said that). The spec requires processors to
process well-formed documents, but it doesn't place such restrictions on
files. Section 2.1 pretty clearly allows a document to occupy only part
of a file. Even if 2.1 DID claim that a document must occupy the entire
file, section 5.2 allows non-validating parsers to ignore portions of
Anyhow, that's all academic. :)
Thanks for your time, all of you.
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