On 3/15/06, toby <tobycatlin / hotmail.com> wrote:
> After more searching on forums and other pages it seems that ruby-xslt
> is very hard to install under windows. Has anyone done it before and
> could point me to some instructions?
>
> Alternativly does anyone know of another way that is easier to install
> under windows. I want to do a very simple xslt transform, that reads in
> a series of XML files and produces a series of html files. I am dipping
> my toes into new water as i don't know a huge amount about ruby or xslt.

You might be better off to use Apache Xalan or Saxon. Both are
implemented in Java and both can be invoked from the command-line. You
could run them from a Ruby script.

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R. Mark Volkmann
Object Computing, Inc.