Talkback for article: 156, July2000
An Introduction to Perl's XML::XSLT module
From: jim chavez <mycatlunch(at)yahoo.com>
[ date: 2001-02-14 ]
keeps closing out netscape
what do i do?
From: Avram Aelony <aelony(at)mpi.com>
[ date: 2001-03-26 ]
Does anyone know if an XML module supporting schemas exists?
I'd like to type-check, set valid ranges, etc..
any information useful - thanks.
From: Harsh <harsh_tibarewala(at)hotmail.com>
[ date: 2001-06-27 ]
is this module(XML::XSLT) working perfectly ? if yes, can i install it with PPM ? if yes pls let me know how to do it ?
i am running IIS webserver on Windows 2000 server with ActivePerl build 518.
From: Ash <itb075(at)hotmail.com>
[ date: 2002-07-26 ]
I am struggling with this xml::xslt module.
I am rewriting stuff written in CGI/PERL TO XML/XSL.
I need to get xsl to output HTML, but save it as a xml file
How do i acheive that ????????/
Hope to hear from you soon.
[ date: 2002-10-31 ]
XML::XSLT has been updated.
Here is revised code for the first example.
my $xmlfile = "xslt1.xml";
my $xslfile = "xslt1.xsl";
my $xslt = XML::XSLT->new ($xslfile, warnings => 1);
From: Henry <schade(at)stealthsystems.com>
[ date: 2003-04-14 ]
I've looked at your "home page". It shows that the XSL can come from a string input. It does not mention if the XML can some from a string input.
What I currently have is a form submitted to perl that dynamically outputs XML to the browser, referancing the XSL files I have wrote to format the text. Discovered this does not work in Netscape, only "see" the raw XML data.
If I could have my dynamic output go through your module, that would be SWEET. Looks like it would only be a few lines added to what I currently have. Feel free to email me.
From: Nelson <naxelrod(at)tcag.org>
[ date: 2004-01-05 ]
I have a Perl script that generates dynamic XML, saved as a string variable $xml, and references an XSL file. The XSLT processor appears to do its job without generating any errors, but the $xslt->toString() doesn't seem to output anything to the browser (or command line). The $xml variable in the code below is a string that contains well-formed xml.
my $xsl = "gem.xsl";
my $xslt = XML::XSLT->new ($xsl, warnings => 1);
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