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Release Notes

TODO List

  • Support custom URI Resolvers as in the JAXP specification.
  • Update variable documentation to display values other than value of select attribute.
  • Add option to sort variable and template detail sections.
  • Update index so template parameters are displayed.

Change History

March 24 2001 – Release 0.93 

  • The -windowtitle option now correctly uses the value of -doctitle if not explicitly set.
  • Updated to use JAXP 1.1 from 1.01. This changed the previous parser.jar file to crimson.jar.
  • Fixed bug where certain links where incorrect if the directory you documented was the current directory (i.e. you specified dot).
  • Comments with a leading asterisk (*) on each line are now properly displayed.
  • All top level elements of a stylesheet are now documented. This means you can now comment all top level elements of a stylesheet.

    This involved an API change to the StylesheetDoc interface and the addition of the GenericMemberDoc interface. This is only an issue if you have created a custom doclet.
  • The generated HTML documentation should be XHTML compliant except for the DOCTYPE declaration and the namespace indication on the html tag.

January 4 2001 – Release 0.92 

  • Display stylesheet parameters in the stylesheet description area.
  • Display the XSLT specification version in the stylesheet description area.
  • Display stylesheet output method in the stylesheet description area.
  • Now look for files ending in “.xslt” in addition to “.xsl”
  • Added an example on the website.

December 21 2000 – Release 0.91 

  • Fixed several command line issues associated with specifying files and directories.
  • See tag references couldn’t handle template names with hyphens – fixed.
  • Now allow See tags to reference “match” templates. You must enclose the match string in double quotes.

December 4 2000 – Release 0.9 
This is the first public, beta, release of Xsldoc.

Thanks To

  • Ed Blachman – Helped find some bugs and offer suggestions for improvements.
  • Chris Bayes – Helped find some bugs and offer suggestions for improvements.
  • Kurt Devlin – Helped find some bugs and offer suggestions for improvements.