You can use any URI understood by your Java system, e.g. file, HTTP
or FTP, to refer to a stylesheet. The XSLT engine will download the
stylesheet from the remote location and make use of it locally. With the
-TrAX interface (*note Supported XSLT processors::
.), the stylesheet is
+TrAX interface (*note Supported XSLT processors::), the stylesheet is
cached in the processor, so further invocations of the XSLT processor
won't process the stylesheet again, unless the stylesheet is modified.
* *an XSLT processor*: You definitely need an XSLT processor for
this (X)Emacs mode to work! This package doesn't come with an
XSLT processor integrated, so you need to download and install one
- (*note Supported XSLT processors::. for supported XSLT
- processors). Installing an XSLT processor is nothing else than
- placing the jar file in the Java CLASSPATH.
+ (*note Supported XSLT processors:: for supported XSLT processors).
+ Installing an XSLT processor is nothing else than placing the jar
+ file in the Java CLASSPATH.
You can either put the jar file in the system's CLASSPATH
environment variable or use _XSLT-process_'s customization to
After the _XSLT-process_ mode has been made available to (X)Emacs,
you can enable the minor mode on a per-buffer basis by running `M-x
xslt-process-mode'. Or you can invoke `xslt-process-mode' from the
-mode's hook, *note Setting up PSGML with XSLT-process::
. for an example
+mode's hook, *note Setting up PSGML with XSLT-process:: for an example
To setup the XSLT-process minor mode to be automatically enabled
whenever you edit an XML file under PSGML, add the below lines in your
`.emacs'. I assume you have already added the configuration lines
-mentioned in *note Installation::.
+mentioned in *note Installation::.
(append '(("\\.xml$" . xml-mode)) auto-mode-alist))