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XSL Tools is now part of the Web Tools Platform Project. We have graduated. Our goals are still the same.
XSL Tools brings XSLT development to the Eclipse platform. The project's goal and background can be found in the XSL Tools Proposal. Its scope is to provide basic XSL editing and debugging support to compliment and leverage the XML and source editing support within WTP.
The XSL Tools project focuses specifically on the Transformation engine of the W3C XSL Specification. XSL stands for Extensible Stylesheet Language and this project is concerned with two of its technologies, XSL Formatting Objects (XSL-FO, as defined in the XSL Recommendation) and the XSL Transformation language (XSLT 1.0 or XSLT 2.0). From here on out, when XSL is mentioned, it is in reference to the Transformation language.
XSL Tools is a component of the Eclipse WTP project. It is the first project to have successfully graduated from the WebTools Incubator.
The latest released version of the XSL Tooling project plugins and features can be found at:
Milestone builds for the 1.0 version of XSL Tools are now included in the WTP 3.1 Milestone builds.
For those that would like to use the Update Manager or P2 to install XSL Tooling you can use the following update site:
If you want it to automatically get all of the required plugins, then make sure you have the Galileo Update as well:
XSL Tools does depend on JDT as well as Web Standard Tools in order for some functionality like debugging support.
Download Eclipse Developer Tools for free. This project provides useful tools/plugins for simplifying the development with Eclipse. Our first tool is a log file viewer plugin for Eclipse that reads JavaUtil JDK logs from socket or file. The recommended method to install new Eclipses is to use Eclipse IDE for Embedded C/C Developers packages, which pack together the Eclipse IDE for C/C Developers standard distribution with the Eclipse Embedded CDT plug-ins. The latest packages are available from the Eclipse Download page. The previous releases are available from the project. The recommended method to install new Eclipses is to use Eclipse IDE for Embedded C/C Developers packages, which pack together the Eclipse IDE for C/C Developers standard distribution with the Eclipse Embedded CDT plug-ins. The latest packages are available from the Eclipse Download page. The previous releases are available from the project web.
For those that would like to help with XSL Tools by supplying patches, and enhancements. We have created a Team Project set file that willcontain all the projects necessary to be checked out from CVS.
- You will need the team Project Set for Contributors.
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- WTP XSL Tools (wst.xsl) follows the Bugzilla Best Practices recommendations by the Eclipse Architecture Council.
A list of known adopters of the XSL Tools suite of plugins. If you are using or adopting XSL Tools in your project or product please consider adding some information to the Adopters page.
The XSL Tools Requirements page is another area that the community can use to express what functionality they need or want in the project.
Current status and views of the product backlog can be found on the XSLT Development pages. These pages will be used to show and track progress for each milestone release.
- XSLT with Eclipse XSL Tools from Lars Vogel
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The mission of ECD is to create technologies, platforms, and tools necessary to enable the delivery of highly integrated cloud development and cloud developer environments. Our vision is to meet the needs of both the Eclipse tool-building community and its users by providing a comprehensive set of technologies that operate on top of cloud standards, cloud infrastructures (AWS, etc.), and cloud platforms (CloudFoundry, OpenShift, Stratos).
The cloud has opened the world, creating standards to handle decoupling, communications, rendering, portability, security. These cloud building blocks provide the fundamental platform for which ECD solutions can be built and extended.
ECD provides infrastructure and frameworks that make use of open cloud standards to offer cloud development and cloud developer environment platforms for users and tool creators. These platforms are open, extensible systems to execute distributed development and developer services (such as build, run, debug, test, continuous integration, deploy) while also providing browser-based clients (and bridges into desktop tools and IDEs) to consume these distributed services.
ECD will establish commonality between its constituent projects by establishing common building blocks, protocols and APIs to facilitate interoperability.
This project will focus on:
- Protocols and Technologies for provisioning cloud development platforms, cloud developer environments, and the interaction of clients with distributed services
- Frameworks for building, loading, managing, running, and executing distributed tooling extensions with browser-client interfaces
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The success of ECD depends upon two criteria. First, are developer users able to use ECD technologies to create new applications with enhanced productivity. Second, are tool builders able to create new, best of breed, integrated development tools that operate on a distributed system accessible by a variety of clients over open standards. Success occurs when developer users combine cloud development tools together to suit their unique requirements in ways the tool authors never imagined.