What's new?

This release adds few improvements to the previous release:

- the ability to process the result of an XSLT transformation through
the Apache FOP processor.

- initial integration with the DocBook-XSL project; HTML and PDF
generation and viewing from within Emacs of DocBook documents is

- support for specifying proxies and additional arguments to the
supporting Java VM.

What is it?

XSLT-process is a minor mode for GNU Emacs/XEmacs which transforms it
into a powerful editor with XSLT processing and debugging
capabilities. With this mode you can:

- run an XSLT processor on the Emacs buffer you edit, and view the
results either in another Emacs buffer or in a browser.

- run an XSLT processor in debug mode and view what happens during the
XSLT transformation. You can set breakpoints, run step by step into
your stylesheet, view global and local XSLT variables and many
more. In this mode you effectively use GNU Emacs/XEmacs as an XSLT

- when used with the DocBook-XSL package, GNU Emacs/XEmacs becomes a
powerful DocBook processing system.

Currently the Saxon and Xalan Java XSLT processors, and Apache FOP are
supported, and the mode comes out of the box configured to use them.

The package has been tested on XEmacs, versions 21.1.14 and 21.4.3,
and GNU Emacs 20.7.1, under both Linux and Windows 2000.

The package is free software and is distributed under GPL. The home
page of XSLT-process is located at:



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