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SOA Expressway XSLT Processor Update
By Russell Davoli (Intel) Posted on 01/26/10 1
December 2012: This WhatIf project has been retired, but will remain here for reference. An update to the Intel SOA Expressway XSLT 2.0 Processor is now available for download from whatif.intel.com, the Intel experimental software site. In this update, several bugs have been fixed and support for...
SOA Expressway XSLT 2.0 Processor Available for Download
By Russell Davoli (Intel) Posted on 12/08/09 0
December 2012: This WhatIf project has been retired, but will remain here for reference. I am pleased to announce that the Intel SOA Expressway XSLT 2.0 Processor is now available for download from whatif.intel.com, the Intel experimental software site. It's in the newest project in the "Designin...
XSLT 2.0: Regular Expression Functions and Instructions
By Russell Davoli (Intel) Posted on 10/23/09 5
XSLT 2.0: Regular expressions One of the weaknesses in XSLT 1.0 was the very simple set of string manipulation features. In comparison to many popular programming languages, the string functions lacked one very powerful feature, regular expressions. Intel SOA Expressway actually offers this funct...
XSLT 2.0: Sorting
By Russell Davoli (Intel) Posted on 10/08/09 0
As conformance testing and fixing progresses for the Intel SOA Expressway XSLT 2.0 processor, I’ll continue examining new XSLT 2.0 features. In my previous post, I talked a bit about grouping, which puts items from a sequence into groups by key value or by relative position. With the right input,...
XSLT 2.0: Grouping
By Russell Davoli (Intel) Posted on 09/30/09 0
While designing the XSLT 2.0 processor for Intel SOA Expressway, our team had to consider how to implement several important new features in the XSLT 2.0 language. In this post we'll look at one of these new features, grouping. Perhaps the biggest simplification feature in XSLT 2.0, grouping refe...
XSLT: Sequences are Fundamental
By Russell Davoli (Intel) Posted on 09/18/09 0
While our development team is making excellent progress towards a beta of the XSLT processor for Intel SOA Expressway (http://www3.intel.com/cd/software/products/asmo-na/eng/373233.htm), I will continue looking at new features in XSLT 2.0. In this post, I’ll look at the only other major new type ...