Wednesday, September 2, 2015

Perkun and XML.

Perkun ( can produce an XML file containing its specification. Write a Perkun specification (i.e. the four mandatory sections) and terminate it with an instruction:

cout << xml << eol;

When you execute the code with Perkun it will write an XML document to the standard output.

Now look at the file perkun.xslt. It is written in an XML-like language called XSLT. You may use it to convert the XML produced by Perkun into a HTML document. This can be done with any XSLT processor, we use here xsltproc:

xsltproc perkun.xslt document.xml > document.html

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