XSL references in DTDs are incorrect in some sheets


Problem exporting XML file to csheet_fantasy_rpgwebprofiler.xml, in the files

  • date-time.xsl

  • docbook-extensions.xml

  • example.xsl

  • markup.xsl

  • node.xsl

  • stdlib.xsl

  • string.xsl

  • uri.xsl

in the outputsheets directory, the links starting with http://xsltsl.org/... also appear to be broken.




Chuck Pint
November 11, 2010, 9:40 PM

Updated the entire xsltsl-1.1 to the newest version of xsltsl. Changed all paths in all xsl documents from xsltsl.org to xsltsl.sourceforge.net. Updated 5.17.4 at revision 13822.

Chuck Pint
November 9, 2010, 6:48 PM

What was the result of the poll? We still have a bunch of broken DTDs since the xsltsl.org website is gone. But it doesn't seem to affect anything, which is a bit confusing to me. It appears that the only file in xsltsl-1.1 that is used is "string.xsl".

Ok, I just looked up what "xmlns" does. It appears as long as the name is unique it doesn't matter if the URI actually resolves to something valid or not. If that is correct, then there is nothing to fix here, and this can be closed....

Martijn Verburg
January 15, 2010, 4:04 AM

The rpgwebprofiler sheets have moved to myth-weavers.com apparently

Martijn Verburg
January 14, 2010, 11:13 AM

Further history:

  • I will be posting a question on this to xsltsl-usersATlistsDOTsourceforgeDOTnet and the XSLTSL project lead tonight. It appears the domain is no longer hosting that content.

  • These are minor errors as they do not prevent the sheet from functioning, moving this to the 5.16 group.

  • Decided not to give financial support to get XSLTSL site back up and running as rpgweb is no longer running. Will hold a poll to remove the RPGWebProfiler sheets entirely.

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