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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • How are you invoking your stylesheet? Is it being run from a Perl script (via XML::LibXSLT)? Can you expose a Perl function as an extension function into the stylesheet and just punt the capitalization to something a little more amenable to solving the problem?
    • I would like to do that but I've set it up to have the browser to handle the XSLT and falling back to server side processing if the browser cannot process XSLT. If I keep running to stuff like this, perhaps I'll rethink it.

      • The devious hack to leave this on the server would be to use XPath’s document() function to call back to the server. Stick the string in a query paramater and…