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From Jeroen Reijn <>
Subject Re: XSLT includes and cocoon
Date Thu, 29 Sep 2005 10:25:33 GMT

I'm not sure if this is the right place.
I've not used xsl:include before but i'm always using xsl:import.

<xsl:import href="../util/common.xsl"/>

works in my applications.

So it should work.


Rob Norman wrote:
> Hi,
> This isn't entirely cocoon-related but it's slightly relevant.  I have a 
> very long stylesheet that i'd like to split into several files.  I've 
> tried using the <xsl:include> tag to include the file but, even though 
> the files are in the same folder, it can't find them.   e.g.  I have 2 
> files in the same directory, page.xslt and html.xsl.  The page.xslt file 
> has the line
> <xsl:include href="html.xsl"/>
> but it doesn't run any of the templates in html.xsl.  I've even tried 
> specifying it as a "cocoon:/file.xsl" but that only causes an exception 
> in the class (bad protocol) which is understandable since 
> it's not using the SourceResolver.
> If there's a better place to ask this question, please tell me and i'll 
> take it there instead.
> Is there any advice you can give me, or should I just resign myself to 
> having a long and unweildy stylesheet?
> Cheers,
>    Rob.
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