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       Xalan - Process XML documents with XSLT stylesheets


       Xalan [options] source stylesheet


       Xalan-C++  (named  after  a  rare musical instrument) implements the W3C Recommendation 16
       November 1999 XSL Transformations (XSLT) Version 1.0 and the  XML  Path  Language  (XPath)
       Version  1.0.  XSLT  is the first part of the XSL stylesheet language for XML. It includes
       the XSL Transformation vocabulary and XPath,  a  language  for  addressing  parts  of  XML
       documents.  For  links  to  background  materials,  discussion  groups,  frequently  asked
       questions, and tutorials on XSLT, see Getting up to speed with XSLT.

       You use the  XSLT  language  to  compose  XSL  stylesheets.  An  XSL  stylesheet  contains
       instructions  for  transforming  XML  documents from one document type to another document
       type (XML, HTML,  or  other).  In  structural  terms,  an  XSL  stylesheet  specifies  the
       transformation of one tree of nodes (the XML input) into another tree of nodes (the output
       or transformation result).


       -a     Use xml-stylesheet PI, not the 'stylesheet' argument

       -e encoding
              Force the specified encoding for the output.

       -i integer
              Indent the specified amount.

       -m     Omit the META tag in HTML output.

       -o filename
              Write output to the specified file.

       -p name expression
              Sets a stylesheet parameter.

       -t     Display timing information.

       -u     Disable escaping of URLs in HTML output.

       -?     Display this message.

       -v     Validates source documents.

       -      A dash as the 'source' argument reads from stdin.  ('-' cannot  be  used  for  both


       The Apache Software Foundation.

              XSL Transformations Version 1.0 (XSLT)
              XML Path Language Version 1.0 (XPATH)


       Copyright (c) 1999-2012 The Apache Software Foundation

       This   product   includes   software   developed  at  The  Apache  Software  Foundation  ( ).

       This software is based on the ASF XERCES-C project.

       Portions of this software were originally based on the following:
           - software copyright (c) 1999, IBM Corporation. ( ).

       As of version 1.8, Xalan is now distributed under the Apache license v2.0.