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       sabcmd   [options]   <stylesheet>   [<input>   [<output>]]
       sabcmd  [options]  -batch-xml <input> [<stylesheet> [<out­
       put>]]+ [assignments]
       sabcmd [options] -batch-xsl <stylesheet>  [<input>  [<out­
       put>]]+ [assignments]


       sabcmd  is a command line interface to Sablotron XSLT pro­
       cessor. You can use is to transform XML  files  with  XSLT

       The only required parameter is a stylesheet; this is a URI
       of an XSLT stylesheet to be used  for  the  transformation
       process.  If you omit an input file, the standard input is
       used. In addition, you can specify an output file.  If  no
       output  file  is given, the output is sent to the standard

       sabcmd can also run in a  batch  mode  to  process  single
       input  file  with multiple stylesheets (--batch-xml) or to
       apply a stylesheet to multiple input files  (--batch-xsl).

       Assignments  allow to pass parameters and named buffers to
       the processor. The assignments have always the form of

              name1=value1 name2=value2 ...

       where name is either an ASCII string for named buffers  or
       an  ASCII string with the leading '$' sign for parameters.
       (Note that you need to use the right quotes to prevent the
       shell  interpreter  from  performing an expansion of vari­


       Option can be of two  forms  -  short  or  long.  If  some
       options  have  values,  the  values  are  separated with a
       whitespace for short options and with a equal  sign  ('=')
       for long options.

              -L mylog.log

       is the same as


       -x, --batch-xml
              multiple stylesheets, single input file

       -m, --measure
              measure the time of processing

       -v, --version
              display the version information

              display results of the command line parse

       -t, --times=COUNT
              run sabcmd the specified number of times

       -f, --flags
              pass flags given to SablotSetOptions()

       -F, --use-SPF
              use SablotProcessFiles()

       -S, --use-SPS
              use    SablotProcessStrings().    Give    2    args
              (stylesheet, input). Precede each by @.

              use SablotProcessStrings() on the contents  of  the
              given files.


       When the <xsl:sort> instruction is used without the 'lang'
       attribute, common  locale  related  environment  variables


       There  are no known bugs related to sabcmd currently. Most
       of bugs you can meet are related  to  Sablotron  processor
       itself.  In such a case, please take a look at Sablotron's
       home website (www.gingerall.org) or contact  us  at  <sab-


       Pavel Hlavnicka <pavel@gingerall.cz>

                          June 17, 2002                 sabcmd(1)



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