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From Geoff Clitheroe <>
Subject Re: Use Ivy to build XSLT dependency report
Date Wed, 05 May 2010 06:28:45 GMT
I haven't used it for this but it would be worth looking if OXygen can help

It's not free but for when I have to work with XML it is more than worth it.


On Wed, May 5, 2010 at 5:18 PM, Xin Chen <> wrote:

> Thanks Michael. yes, that's what I want. I need something can generate a
> XSLT dependency report for our project, because there are two many XSLT
> files in our project. Sometimes, updated one file and forgot to update the
> others causing a lot of issues....
> Hmm.. I saw the beautiful graph report on Ivy website:
> [full dependency graph] <>
> And thinking - finally, what I am looking for is here. Now it is not...
> I am new to Ivy, according your experience, is it hard to extend Ivy to do
> this kind of report? or it is not possible,just time wasting.
> Thanks,
> cheney
> Michael Shea wrote:
>> If I understand you correctly, you're asking if Ivy can look at some
>> arbitrary XSLT files you've got, find the <xsl:import/> elements, and
>>  generate information about which files (or rather, which URIs) include
>> which other files?
>> If so, then no. This is not at all what Ivy does, and not what it is
>> intended to do. =)
>> Mike Shea.
>>> Hi All,
>>> Just wondering has anyone use Ivy to resolve XSLT file dependency, and
>>> generate the reports?
>>> Say I have bunch of XSLT files, and one import the other one, and import
>>> the other one. blah blah,
>>> Can Ivy generate a report about these dependency?
>>> I think Ivy needs to look at the tag: import in XSLT files?
>>> Thanks,
>>> cheney

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