On Friday, March 15, 2002, at 06:46  PM, Edward Tanguay wrote:

> I have this hosted at my ISP. The phpinfo() shows that they have:
> Linux 2.4.3
> PHP Version 4.0.4pl1
> Sablotron XSLT support: enabled
> Which annotations are you refering to?

Ask them if they will upgrade to a PHP 4.1.x version, preferrably 
4.1.2.  I understand that there was a significant change to the XSLT 
functions in PHP between 4.0.x and 4.1.x (you can check the SourceForge 
CVS changelog for the details, but I'm almost positive of it).  That is 
really the only advice I have, since I know nothing about the inner 
workings of these extensions -- only that in my PHP 4.1.2 installation, 
everything seems to work (though I haven't done any advanced XSLT 

Good luck Edward, sorry I can't be of better help.  Oh, on second 
thought, maybe I can!  I recorded every step I made in recompiling PHP 
with XSLT (as well as MySQL) on my RH 7.2 Linux box.  If you or your ISP 
would like a copy of this document, I'll send it to you -- it details 
every step I made in setting up PHP with XSLT enabled, as well as my 
(easy) installation of expat and Sablotron (both of which are required 
for these XSLT functions).

Good luck, and btw by annotations I meant the user-input at the bottom 
of every PHP man page.



Erik Price
Web Developer Temp
Media Lab, H.H. Brown

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