Re: [xslt] Sometimes plain text output from cron

I may well be barking up the wrong tree here, but the plain text output is very suggestive.

The problem gets more interesting if you've
proven that xsltproc exits with a status of 0
and produces 0 bytes on stderr. These are reasonable
things to check for in a robust script that
invokes xsltproc, even if they don't lead to
the problem in this particular case.

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