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Apache mod-xslt based on libxslt and libxml2 http://www.modxslt.org/
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What is this? ============= The tarball you just decompressed contains the sources for mod-xslt2. mod-xslt2 is a server side module able to parse xml data and apply xslt stylesheets on the fly. It has _many_ features and, at time of writing, can be used with apache 1.3 and apache 2.0. The API provided allows to easily add support for other web servers, and work is under way to provide a cgi-bin wrapper and a proxy module. The main site for the mod-xslt2 project is http://www.modxslt.org/ where you can find documentation, this file and all related material. To get help or to know more about mod-xslt2, you can also subscribe to the mailing lists. You can find a web interface to subscribe to the mailing lists at http://ml.modxslt.org/ml/. Installation and Usage ====================== For instruction on how to install, use, compile package mod-xslt2 or on how to employ it in your own applications, please take a look to the `doc' directory. In this directory, you can find other direcotries: manual - contains mod-xslt2 installation, usage, packaging and configuration manual in various formats (docbook, pdf, html, txt ...) man - contains mod-xslt2 unix manual pages for command line utilities. faq - contains mod-xslt2 faq mainly in .xml and .html format. patches - contains documentation about troubles you may encounter due to bugs you may find in some versions of libxml2 or libxslt, and the description of the provided patches you may use to `solve' the problem. misc - mainly two files: why.txt - I used to justify to myself the time I spent behind mod-xslt2 while I could have done many more pleasant things. comparison.txt - which contains a list of other mod-xslt modules for apache and outlines their strenghts and features. License ======= mod-xslt2 is derived from work by Philipp Dunkel <philipp at dunkel.org> and others. This version was almost completely rewritten by Carlo Contavalli, <ccontavalli at inscatolati.net>, thanks to help by many other people and to its employer who supported him while working on the project (http://www.masobit.net/). For a complete list of the people who helped the project, please read the CREDITS file. Unless otherwise specified, mod-xslt2 and all the files part of the mod-xslt2 project are free software; you can redistribute and/or modify them under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or (at your option) any later version. mod-xslt2 is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the GNU General Public License for more details. You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place, Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA.