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SVNIndexXSLT, server-side processing?

From: M. van Renswoude <mark_at_x2software.net>
Date: 2004-05-28 00:42:51 CEST


because Opera does not support client-side XSLT processing, I was messing
around with getting it to work server-side. With Apache's filters and
xsltproc I got to the point where it would output the HTML code and Opera
accepted it. Initial problem was that the Content-Type is set to XML,
therefore the output needs to be compliant; however, when using
output="html" in the XSL it doesn't for the <meta> and <link> tags. Using
output="xml" solves that, but then IE renders it as it would any XML file
due to the <?xml?> header that's added, even if I specify all the XHTML
doctypes... (insert mumbles here)

Long story short; it doesn't work. Of course I could live with the default
listing, but I'd rather have it blend in nicely with the rest of the pages.

So my question is: does anyone know of a way to have Subversion output HTML
the way I want? Be it using XSL sheet or not... I noticed the "Version
control" on the SubVersion website has a customized layout as well, which
doesn't use XML output, so perhaps anyone knows if that's easy to do?

Thanks in advance,

Received on Fri May 28 00:43:19 2004

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