Category Archives: xsl

>Eclipse XSL Tools gets SAXON Debugging Support

>One of the items for XSL Tools that we were not able to provide out of the box was support for debugging XSLT stylesheets using the Saxon processor. However, there is good news for those that wish to use XSL … Continue reading

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>User Defined Schema Types and PsychoPath

>PsychoPath is a java based XPath 2.0 Schema Aware Processor licensed under the Eclipse Public License and is maintained by the WTP Source Editing team under the wst.xsl component. In the seemingly never ending quest for compliance to the XPath … Continue reading

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>XSL Aware Outline Part II

>As a follow up to the prior post on enhancing the Outline view to be more XSL Aware, I had some good input from Alex on some additional features. The result is as follows: A new Stylesheet Model view is … Continue reading

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>XSL Aware Outline

>In XSL Tools 1.0 the eclipse outline view used the standard Outline Configuration provided by the xml editor. While it worked, it didn’t give a good separation between the XSL language elements and the regular XML elements. With WTP 3.2M3, … Continue reading

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>Small Bits and Pieces

>Here are some small bits and pieces that need to be set free. XSLT Graphical Editor for Eclipse: One of the items that is missing from the Eclipse XSL Tools editing suite is a nice Graphical Editor. Something that lets … Continue reading

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>XSL Tools 1.0.2 Released

>XSL Tools 1.0.2 maintenance release is now out, along with the eclipse Galileo SR1 (service release). This release contains a couple of fixes: bug 279793 – All XSLT 2.0 has validation errors in xslt-2.0.xsd. bug 281421 – [editor] StringIndexOutOfBounds exeception. … Continue reading

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>XSLT Processor Extensions Part II

>In Part I we looked at a way to extend the XSL Tools editor to handle new XSLT elements that are processor specific. This was done using the WTP’s ability to load grammars and use them during content assistance. This … Continue reading

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