Command line interfaces
A new option
-ns is available on the
net.sf.saxon.Transform command line (see XSLT from the command line). It can be used
to specify the default namespace for elements and types (in effect, a default for the
attribute). In addition, the value
-ns:##any means that unprefixed element names appearing in path expressions and
match patterns will match elements in any namespace (or none), and the value
-ns:##html5 simulates the rules
in the HTML5 specification, meaning that unprefixed element names match elements that are either in no namespace, or in the
-warnings is now ignored.
A new interactive command-based utility called Gizmo is available. See Gizmo for details.
The utility is invoked using a command such as:java net.sf.saxon.Gizmo -s:catalog.xml
It then allows sub-commands to be entered, including the ability to:
- Execute XPath expressions and display their results
- Make modifications to a document such as renaming, deleting, or inserting nodes
- Perform XSD validation and XSLT transformation
- Save a modified document to filestore
The utility provides assisted content completion based on the actual vocabulary of the individual document, and it allows previous commands to be retrieved from the session history.