XSLT tranformations now working

11/05/09

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XSLT tranformations now working

Wrote the back-end code to check input, run XSLT transformations and save the results; added appropriate error messages to the error-logging code for when failures occur, and did some basic testing. Everything seems to be working. This basically means the application is code-complete. Next:

  • A serious comprehensive test with a big batch of big files, including Unicode. Encoding is predicted to be potentially problematic; we need files in more than one original encoding.
  • Updating of the Help system.
  • Building a new installer for a beta release.
  • Adding the beta to the website.
  • Emailing users who might test it.
  • Final release.

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