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Re: XProc confuses me; recommendations for learning?

From: Romain Deltour <rdeltour@gmail.com>
Date: Fri, 17 Dec 2010 20:55:58 +0100
To: Philip Fennell <Philip.Fennell@marklogic.com>
Message-Id: <7F94131D-4EDA-4ADA-9450-6D3D04C433D3@gmail.com>
Cc: XProc Dev <xproc-dev@w3.org>
Philp Fennell wrote:
> The p:log instruction is one possible tool for debugging (...) Note:  
> in oXygen you need to got to the XML/XProc preferences and select  
> 'Show XProc Messages' is you want to see cx:message output.

Btw, Is it just me or the p:log is disabled when running from oXygen ?  
(I know I should ask on oXygen forums, but I came against the issue a  
few minutes before reading this thread...)

Romain.

Le 17 déc. 10 à 18:53, Philip Fennell a écrit :

> David,
>
>> is the inability to see what the XProc processor is seeing.
>
> The p:log instruction is one possible tool for debugging. The other,  
> if you're using Calabash is the cx:message extension step. The  
> former writes what appears on a port out to a URI and the latter  
> writes to stdout. They're both very useful. Note: in oXygen you need  
> to got to the XML/XProc preferences and select 'Show XProc Messages'  
> is you want to see cx:message output.
>
>
> Regards
>
> Philip Fennell
> Consultant
> MarkLogic Corporation
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: xproc-dev-request@w3.org [mailto:xproc-dev-request@w3.org] On  
> Behalf Of David Priest
> Sent: 17 December, 2010 5:43 PM
> To: xproc-dev@w3.org
> Subject: Re: XProc confuses me; recommendations for learning?
>
> I think the biggest impediment to my understanding is the inability to
> see what the XProc processor is seeing.  I get error messages about  
> this
> or that not being XML, but no way to actually view the data that has
> caused the problem.  With XSLT I can always spit out a message, and  
> see
> the junk data first-hand.
>
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