XSLT styled XML via Lynx?
lras at loc.gov
Fri May 30 13:23:36 UTC 2008
I think you could do this with an entry in the .mailcap file in Lynx's home
directory. But for better advice, I would recommend sending a message to
lynx-dev at nongnu.org
or going to their webpage:
for subscribe and archive information. These addresses are the current
development locations for Lynx.
At 02:37 AM 5/30/2008, you wrote:
>XML and XSLT is increasingly being used on the web.
>For a simple example of what I am talking about, see
>the following link: http://xml.frquadrat.de/info.xml (and info.xslt).
>(View those files in plain-text).
>Now, modern browsers already include an XSLT processor and can handle
>the rendering of that info.xml to HTML at the client side.
>I am not expecting lynx to link to an XSLT processor, but,
>xsltproc, the command-line tool from libxml2, does already
>handle XML files with embedded stylesheet links.
>I.e., the following command works:
>xsltproc http://xml.frquadrat.de/info.xml | lynx -stdin
>Does anyone know a relatively simple way to teach
>lynx to automatically do this step whenever hitting on
>a text/xml mime type?
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