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DotNet Implementation for FOP available

From: practice innovation <info@practice-innovation.de>
Date: Sat, 1 Mar 2014 08:47:25 +0100
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Message-ID: <007d01cf3522$7ce6bb90$76b432b0$@practice-innovation.de>


>> I extended ppl-extension.xsl to support Microsoft's XSLT processor.

>> The executable and all dependencies can be found here 

>>  <https://dvcs.w3.org/hg/ppl/file/81909bfe31f6/FOPRunXSLTExt/bin>

> In principle, it's probably not a good idea to put too many binary files,
and versions thereof, into the repository since everybody who has an
up-to-date clone of the repository is going to end up with every version of
every binary file in their clone, too.


Removed bin folder again, and put dependencies as last build to the WIKI.


> At least one of your READMEs should be updated to use that URL, but do you
also think you'd have time to update that page about the DotNet


Done. Please check if it fits your needs, what I did there.


>> If anyone has any hints how to integrate jar files into dotnet in an 

>> easy way, I'll do the FOP extension, too.

>A search on 'fop .net' [2] turned up a surprising (to me) number of pages
about C# and .NET ports, so it may even be possible.


Thanks Tony, for google-ing that for me ;-) IKVM was that what I was looking

FOP Extension is just available and checked in to the repository.


> As I said off-list, I don't have the capability to compile it.  Would
'Visual Studio Express for Windows Desktop' be able to do it?


I put a description to the WIKI pages (Rebuild packages) [1] and I tested it
with the Express version of Visual Studio, too. So there souldn't be any
issues, with this free version.



Markus Wiedenmaier


[1] https://www.w3.org/community/ppl/wiki/XSLTExtensions#DotNet_3



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