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From Peter Donald <dona...@apache.org>
Subject Re: Using Xalan with Ant's built-in Stlye task
Date Wed, 10 Jan 2001 22:58:48 GMT
At 02:38  10/1/01 -0800, Mike Van Riper wrote:
>Hello,
>
>I'm cross posting this to the Xalan and Ant lists due to the problem being
>one of integration between the two of them. I would like to use Ant to
>automate the running of my XSL transformations. I have the binary versions
>of Ant 1.2 and Xalan-Java version 2.0.D06 installed in my environment.
>
>The Style task is one of the built-in tasks that comes with Ant. According
>to the documentation I have for Ant 1.2, you can specify that you want to
>use the Xalan processor as an attribute of the XML element that defines a
>Style task like so:
>
>  processor="xalan"
...snip...

I believe that a week or two it was added to CVS - thou you need to use the
processor="trax" attribute ;) "xalan" is Xalan1's processor as you guessed.

Cheers,

Pete

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