Re: [xslt] In memory stylesheet & external entities
- From: david reid <david jetnet co uk>
- To: The Gnome XSLT library mailing-list <xslt gnome org>
- Cc: veillard redhat com
- Subject: Re: [xslt] In memory stylesheet & external entities
- Date: Fri, 10 Nov 2006 12:41:53 +0000
Rush Manbert wrote:
> david reid wrote:
>> I've looked at the threads and it does seem as though we have similar
>> aims, but the include files I want are all on the filesystem, I just
>> need to adjust the paths :-)
>> I've added the function but when it's called dict and ctxt are NULL. How
>> do I set my own data pointer to be passed into the function? Are there
>> any good examples of it's usage available?
>> Sorry to be a pain and thanks for your help thus far!
> Hi David,
> Here's a stupid suggestion (but one that I use in my code ;-).
> Can you set it up so that your external entity loader knows the paths,
> independent of the context? My external entity loader is a class method
> and when I construct the class I give it a big list of paths to search.
> Works like a charm.
I could do, but having gone to all the trouble of having separate
structures that encapsulate their own knowledge and configuration having
what is essentially a global list seems a bit of a kludge. Of course if
there is no other way then I'll have to end up doing that I guess.
Given how easy libxslt has been to use so far I'm finding it amazing
that this is so hard :-(
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