On Mar 15, 2004, at 9:52 AM, Mauro de Toledo Ribeiro wrote:
> Hi, Manfred !
> Yes, I have a mix of clients between IE 5.5 SP2 and IE 6.0 SP1, both
> couldn┤t show that page.
> I┤d tryed to seach in dev and user maillists for topics like 'XSLT',
> 'XSL', 'interface', etc... but didn┤t found anything.
> If you could help me telling what did you do to solve your question,
> or if you have some of you own 'xsl' will be great.
> My goal is to use and css stylesheet that is default for the company.
> And so far, I know I can get XSL refers to a CSS stylesheet.. that
> what I am trying to do. :)
> Thanks very much,
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Hunkel, Manfred [mailto:M.Hunkel@t-systems.com]
> Sent: segunda-feira, 15 de maršo de 2004 10:09
> To: Mauro de Toledo Ribeiro
> Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: RE: XSLT Question
> Would you care to tell us which species of browser you're trying this
> IE5.x does have its problems. Also, you might want to give the
> mailing list archive
> another searching try. I (among others) had problems using XSLT et
> al., now solved,
> and posted a few hints on how to go about this, even with IE 5.x.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mauro de Toledo Ribeiro [mailto:email@example.com]
> Sent: Monday, March 15, 2004 1:55 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: XSLT Question
> Importance: High
> Hi everybody !
> I┤m trying to use subversion┤s XSLT funcionality to give interface a
> better look, but instead when I define a path in "httpd.conf" for
> "SVNIndexXSLT" variable, the output trows an XML error with the
> following text:
> " The XML page cannot be displayed Cannot view XML input using XSL
> style sheet.(...) The stylesheet does not contain a document element.
> The stylesheet may be empty, or it may not be a well-formed XML
> My <Location> in httpd.conf is like below:
> "/util " is a location that webserver CAN access for sure...
> And "svnindex.xsl" is the same as in tools/etc/ subversion┤s
> repository. (Both svnindex.xsl and snvindex.css)
> <Location /svn/componentes>
> DAV svn
> SVNPath D:\Repository\componentes
> AuthType SSPI
> AuthName "Repositorio de Componentes CPqD/DSIN"
> SSPIAuth On
> SSPIAuthoritative On
> SSPIDomain AQUARIUS
> SSPIOfferBasic On
> SVNIndexXSLT "/util/stylesheet/svnindex.xsl"
> #SSPIBasicPreferred On
> Require valid-user
> AuthzSVNAccessFile D:\WebServer\Apache2\conf\svn.conf
> Any hint about how to configure css and xsl files will help. Thanks to
> all !!
> Mauro Ribeiro
With Safari 1.2, I just get blank pages. I can "View Source" and see
that the source is reasonable. I remember reading that the blank page
behavior is what happens currently in Safari when XML parsing detects
an error. The blank page handling isn't particularly nice, but people
are working on it (http://weblogs.mozillazine.org/hyatt/). The open
question: it Safari detecting a real error or is it erroneously
thinking there is an error in correct output?
The headers show that the content-type is what I would expect:
HTTP/1.1 200 OK
Date: Tue, 16 Mar 2004 02:36:21 GMT
I'm messing around with onsgmls to see what I can get out of that.
Should the svnindex.xsl have a DOCTYPE to allow XML validation on its
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