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Re: Working with svnindex.xsl

From: Quinn Taylor <quinntaylor_at_mac.com>
Date: Wed, 13 Aug 2008 11:06:45 -0600

No replies yet, so I'll post what I've found.


This repository directory has XSL and CSS files matching the correct
name. Previously, this was located at /trunk/notes/xslt/ and there
have only been 2 revisions to each file since it was moved.

Are these styles the ones that create pages like https://svn.collab.net/repos/svn/trunk/tools/xslt/
  or is that just the Apache default? (I'm guessing the latter.)

Are these "the default files" that everyone refers to?

- Quinn

On Aug 13, 2008, at 9:19 AM, Quinn Taylor wrote:

> I've been reading documentation on using XSLT to make browsing SVN
> repos hosted from Apache, and found several mentions of "the default
> svnindex.xsl", but it's not on my system. I'm running Mac OS X
> 10.5.4 with SVN 1.4.4 built-in. I'd be happy to download it from
> wherever it may be available.
> However, even more important, where can I find documentation of or
> an example XML file that would be passed to the XSL stylesheet for
> transformation? I imagine it's a simple format, but I'd like to know
> what I'm dealing with, not have to reconstruct it from someone
> else's XSL.
> (The SVN book only has one occurrence of svnindex.xsl, and it's in
> the section on configuring for Apache.)
> Thanks,
> - Quinn

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