Tag: xslt

Meuchian Grouping Method – XSLT 1.0

I have a huge XML document that makes up metadata for bushman drawings that were compiled in the late 19th centuary and recently digitised. I am trying to generate a view of part of that information, but I need to rearrange the structure of some XML elements. Oh, and YES! I do know that this can potentially be done seamlessly in XSLT 2.0 [1], but I want to generalise my solution and not restrict myself to processing my documents with a particular xslt processor –Saxon [2] is the only xslt processor known to be compatible with xslt 2.0. (more…)

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