Open source, Sitecore, XSL

XslExtensions be gone – part 3


Finally I’ve gotten the XslCodebehind module added to the Sitecore shared source modules.
Go to http://trac.sitecore.net/XslCodebehind if you want to have a look at the source.

Please give me a shout if you have any comments or if you want to contribute with ideas or coding.

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2 thoughts on “XslExtensions be gone – part 3

  1. Nice, I’d really love that if I had to use xslt’s at all.. I could think of two things:

    1) Using auto-include files so that there’s no need to manually update web.config
    2) Provide easier xslt-codebehind marshaling of arguments and/or return values.

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