mod_transform

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Abstract

mod_transform is a filter module that allows Apache 2.0 to do dynamic XSL Transformations on either static XML documents, or XML documents generated from another Apache module or CGI program.

This module originated from mod_xml_gnome_xslt by Web├×ing.

Demo

This Website! - This entire website is built around XML Datafiles transformed by XSLT to produce standards compliant XHTML 1.1.

Documentation

Prerequisites

SoftwareVersion
libxml2>=2.6.11
libxslt>=1.1.5
Apache HTTPd>=2.0.40

Change Log

Version 0.6.0: 10/18/2004
0.6.0 is a major feature release. Changes in this version include:
  • Relative Paths can now be used from XInclude and XSLT. PR #2.
  • New Directive: TransformAnnounce
  • New Directive: TransformOptions
  • ApacheFS: All file access by libXML2 can now be overlayed onto the Apache Document Root. This provides compatibility with how Apache AxKit operates.
  • EXSLT is now enabled.
  • Mac OS X: Fix build and make install.
  • General code cleanup and organization.
Version 0.4.1: 06/22/2004

Minor bug release that fixes issues where certain proxies that use http/1.0 do not send the send the entire content to the client.

More info

Version 0.4.0: 05/29/2004

Initial Release

Downloads

Version 0.6.0 is the latest version available Repositories

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