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Re: [xsl] What is %26 doing in my HTML?
Subject: Re: [xsl] What is %26 doing in my HTML?|
From: Mike Brown <mike@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 5 Jun 2002 01:11:34 -0600 (MDT)
Zack Brown wrote:
> > Zack - I'm unable to reproduce this error, with the same stylesheet and source
> > file. Perhaps you just aren't using a new enough version of xsltproc?
> On my Debian system xsltproc returns the following version info:
> 19:06:34 [zbrown] ~/site$ xsltproc --version
> Using libxml 20420, libxslt 10016 and libexslt 707
> xsltproc was compiled against libxml 20419, libxslt 10016 and libexslt 707
> libxslt 10016 was compiled against libxml 20419
> libexslt 707 was compiled against libxml 20419
> 19:06:35 [zbrown] ~/site$
> Also Debian's package handler reports the version as:
> xsltproc 1.0.16
> It looks difficult to find out the current version of xsltproc, as it
> appears to be bundled as part of libxslt.
Yes, xsltproc is part of libxslt. I was using one of the Win32 binaries. It's
not much newer than yours, but maybe it's different enough. 1.0.18 seems to be
the version I am using.
Using libxml 20422, libxslt 10018 and libexslt 709
xsltproc was compiled against libxml 20422, libxslt 10018 and libexslt 709
libxslt 10018 was compiled against libxml 20422
libexslt 709 was compiled against libxml 20422
I'm not really in a position to install it on my BSD box, as libxslt and
libxml seem to have some dependencies that I don't want to get into.
If you can't get a newer version from http://xmlsoft.org/XSLT/downloads.html,
you could try a different XSLT processor. Another one written in C is called
Sablotron, and is available at http://www.gingerall.com/charlie/ga/xml/d_sab.xml
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