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From "Robin Green" <gree...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: #include for <xsp:
Date Sat, 10 Mar 2001 18:26:20 GMT
"Tagunov Anthony" <atagunov@nnt.ru> wrote:
>This is a second problem that i suffered much
>when developing XSP:
>
>C1 design required that xsp processor was
>coming first in the Cocoon chain.
>
>(dunno if it still true for C2, but maybe it would
>be good to search for a cocoon-indepenedent
>solution)
>
>Having in mind that xsp processor has my file
>as input, i knew that i could with some effort
>apply consequential transforms to it:
>  -- run consequential logicsheets
>  -- use multiple taglibs
>
>But what i really wanted was to INCLUDE
>some xml into my source file from another
>file (smth similar to #include in .c)

What's wrong with xsl:include, xsl:import, and external entities?



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