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RE: [xsl] Parameter in "xsl:include"
Subject: RE: [xsl] Parameter in "xsl:include"|
From: "Michael Kay" <mhkay@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 8 Feb 2001 18:46:12 -0000
This sounds like a case for using XML entities to me:
Alternatively depending on your processor you could set up a URIResolver to
resolve the URL externally.
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> Martin Renner
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> Subject: Re: [xsl] Parameter in "xsl:include"
> > No. (FAQ). xsl:include is a compile-time facility, not
> run-time. Explain
> > your problem, and someone will tell you the right way of solving it.
> Cool service :-)
> I have several XSL files which have some parts in common. So
> I would like to put
> those common parts (three different "xsl:template match"
> blocks) in three different
> files which can be included as needed.
> The XSL files, which will include the common files, are
> structered within subdirectories.
> To make the use of the includes less error-prone, all
> include-statements should look
> the same (so someone can use copy&paste).
> e.g. something like
> file1: include "$common/template1.xsl"
> sub1/file2: include "$common/template1.xsl"
> instead of
> file1: include "../common/template1.xsl"
> sub1/file2: include "../../common/template1.xsl"
> The parameter "$common" is already set to the correct
> directory. It's just that I
> cannot use it in xsl:include.
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