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Saturday 23 September 2006 Arabica: XSLT Development Branch

Back at the end of last year, I started work on an XSLT engine. I had a DOM, I had XPath, it seemed to obvious thing to do. Yea, I know.

Anyway, now the Autotools excitement is over and done with, I've kicked off a new branch for the XSLT development, and checked in the code so far. Right now, I have easy bits done (skeleton implementations of xsl:stylesheet and xsl:template, partial implementation of xsl:apply-template, and finished up xsl:choose, xsl:comment, xsl:copy, xsl:copy-of, xsl:for-each, xsl:if, xsl:processing-instruction, xsl:text, xsl:value-of and xsl:sort). There's a smidgen of test code and little command line executable to play with. I know the shape of what's to come, it's just SMOP from now on :)


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Jez Higgins

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