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any idea?

On Tue, Aug 3, 2010 at 10:13 AM, Author <author / zhang-liang.com> wrote:

> Hi,
> I am new to Ruby, i just want to automate my daily work by using some ruby
> script. here is a question, how to use xslt in Ruby under Windows, since
> Windows is my working system. Here are my job to be done: I need to
> transform some .Net resource files(.resx) to a special xml format which
> will
> be used in our company's translation system, and after translation, the xml
> files need to be transformed back to .Net resource files.
> Ruby is easy to learn, however, when i try to use xslt, i found that there
> is no working xslt lib(or gems in ruby world) for Windows, the famous
> ruby-xslt gems only works for linux, I googled from Internet, and some
> articles say recomipling the libxml is necessary, why things are so
> complicated, shouldn't ruby be the SIMPLER language?
>
> anybody knows how to do this?
> thanks in advance!
>
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> Best regards,
> Liang
>



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Best regards,
Liang

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