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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • If you're an emacs users, I strongly recommend looking at nxml-mode []. It's a great authoring environment for XSLT, because it knows what elements go where. This stops (me, anyway) from having to look up what does what every 5 minutes.


  • And if you don't have a copy of the XSLT cookbook, pick one up ASAP. I was able to get a number of things working at my last job with a minimum of time invested in XSLT learning, and a maximum of XSLT "got it done".