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From Upayavira>
Subject Re: Using CLI as a conversion tool
Date Wed, 21 Apr 2004 02:05:54 GMT
Antonio Gallardo wrote:

>I never user the CLI outside forrest. My question is:
>Is posible to use CLI as a conversion tool for applications from
>ISO-8859-1 to UTF-8?
>There are some xslt, xsp, xml, xmap and xconf files. Some of them are in
>The result need to be in the same directory structure but in UTF-8.
>Try to explain more:
>1-Recently I sent a test that worked fine:
>On that mail, we found is posible to render a XML file to UTF-8. In that
>way, Cocoon is able to make the work.
>The only problem I see is if we can read from a dir to make the work done.
>As an auto conversion tool.
You create another page using the DirectoryGenerator and an XMLT that 
simply links to all of the XML files that you want to convert, and then 
you point the CLI to that page and tell it to follow links. It will then 
generate all of the files you want.

Regards, Upayavora

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