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The Kernow GUI for the Saxon XSLT processor

Module by: Hannes Hirzel. E-mail the author

Summary: Kernow is a GUI written in Java for doing XSLT transforms. Is uses the Saxon XSLT processor.

Saxon is an XSLT processor implemented in Java. There is an open source version at http://saxon.sourceforge.net/. Saxon may be used from the command line or with a GUI called Kernow (Download).

The Kernow GUI offers a sandbox which allows you to try out transformations. It is similar to the GUI built in the module XSLT transform GUI with SharpDevelop IDE.

KernowXSLT-GUI-Sandbox.PNG

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XSLT identity transform

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