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Handoff of My XSLWG Docs Material

From: Steve Muench <Steve.Muench@oracle.com>
Date: Mon, 30 Jul 2001 08:51:54 -0700
Message-ID: <016c01c1190f$8ea9a190$4e672382@SMUENCHLAP>
To: <xsl-editors@w3.org>
Cc: <mhkay@iclway.co.uk>, "Scardina,Mark" <MARK.SCARDINA@oracle.com>, <sca@us.ibm.com>, "'Steve Zilles'" <szilles@adobe.com>
Sharon, Steve, Michael, Mark, et. al.

I took a moment to zip up all of the raw materials
that you'll need to carry on the torch with the XSLT 2.0
and XPath 2.0 requirements documents. I've also included
the file in which I had been taking notes on our responses
to the xsl-editors emails (although it's pretty sketchy).

Attached please find "xslwg_docs.zip" which contains
all of the ingredients necessary to build the XSLT 2.0
and XPath 2.0 requirements documents from the optimized
XML grammar I was using to track/edit the requirements.

The shared XML source for both requirements docs is:

  .\xslwg_docs\xslt_and_xpath_2.0_requirements.xml

The grammar/schema of which is in:

  .\xslwg_docs\reqs.dtd

The stylesheet which (based on the value of the 'spec' parameter)
produces the XML source of the spec in the W3C "XML Spec" vocabulary is:

  .\xslwg_docs\reqspec.xsl

And finally, the stylesheet that formats the W3C Spec format
(modified to handle the visual indenting and coloring of 
hierarchy levels and feature priorities) is:

  .\xslwg_docs\xsltx_v2reqs.xsl

I've provided to Windows *.bat files which assume you have
"saxon" on your path to automate the steps of producing the
documents:

  .\xslwg_docs\v2xpath_saxon.bat
  .\xslwg_docs\v2xpath_xslt.bat

Take care.

_____________________________________________________________________
Steve Muench - Developer, Product Manager, XML Evangelist, Author
"Building Oracle XML Applications" - www.oreilly.com/catalog/orxmlapp
  


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