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From Mark Lundquist <>
Subject Re: XSLTC and Coccon
Date Thu, 01 Mar 2007 02:39:43 GMT

On Feb 28, 2007, at 1:38 PM, Julius Lerm wrote:

> Let's say i have a stylesheet named "sample.xsl":
> 1) First, I compile "sample.xsl" into a java class using Apache 
> Xalan's XSLTC with a command like:
>         java org.apache.xalan.xsltc.cmdline.Compile -d sampleDir -j 
> sample.jar -p sampleTest sample.xsl
> The above should create, from "sample.xsl", a jar file "sample.jar" 
> containing a class "sample.class".
> 2) Then I would like to use that "sample.class" as a transformer in a 
> Cocoon map.
>         Instead of pointing to the sample.xsl, I would point to the 
> class that "sample.xsl" was compiled into, namely "sample.class".
> This would allow me to ship to the customer the compiled stylesheet, 
> instead of the original XSL source code.
> Is this possible at all in the latest version of Cocoon?

XLSTC has what you need for invoking a precompiled translet, see the 
'use-classpath' and 'translet-name' attributes:

But I think in Cocoon, all the TransformerFactory stuff is hidden by 
Excalibur's XSLTProcessor class :-/


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