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From Geert Josten <>
Subject Re: xsl:includes within includes stylesheets...
Date Fri, 18 Feb 2005 18:12:14 GMT
So you mean that in 2.1.2 it _was_ aware of changes in includes? Haven't noticed it before,
never used that particular version... ;-)

By the way: same accounts for something simple like the directory generator. The generator
looks at the timestamp of the directory, but that isn't changed when files are added to a
At least not under Windows (XP)...

Oh, by the way. Tibor is right, just touch the top level XSL, then you don't have to 'bounce'
tomcat. Not a perfect solution, but at least saves some time... (i think)

Cheers wrote:

> Up to recently I was using 2.1.2, I've now updated to 2.1.6 and I've
> just noticed the following:
> If you have a stylesheet that uses xsl:include to add extra templates to
> the stylesheet and in turn the included stylesheet also includes another
> stylesheet, Cocoon is no longer aware of changes to the stylesheet at
> the bottom of the 'stack'.
> The only way, I've discovered so far, to get the changes noticed is to
> bounce Tomcat (this clears the cache) but as you might image that's a
> *#@!ing nuisance!!!
> If I bring the second include up to the top level all is fine, but then
> I have to modify other stylesheets and then I loose some of my
> modularity.
> Anyone care to comment on what's changes???
> Regards
> Phil Fennell
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