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From Steven Punte <steve17...@yahoo.com>
Subject How does one control caching when using xsl:include?
Date Sat, 11 May 2002 23:28:49 GMT
Dear Cocoon User Group:

  I've began separating my XSL stylesheet 
  into multiple files (i.e. due to size)
  using the xsl:include tag.

  But now I loose the automatic caching/
  detection and behavior of Cocoon on
  any of the sub-stylesheet files.

  Is there a way (i.e. configuration) to gain
  this back?  I'm willing to pay the CPU
  penalty especially in development mode?

  Thanks in advance.

    Steve Punte
    stevep@candlelightsoftware.com

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