Orangevolt EclipseXSLT

Edit XSLT stylesheets, launch XSL transformations and test Xpath expressions.

Download Orangevolt EclipseXSLT for EasyEclipse 1.2.2:

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The Orangevolt XSLT Plugin for Eclipse provides XSLT support to the Eclipse platform. It is the Eclipse based successor of the java/swing based ROXES XmlWrite XSLT editing environment. It provides many great enhancements when working with XML/XSLT. The Orangevolt XSLT Plugin for Eclipse implements XSLT launch configurations, xml editor enhancements, configurable xml outline, an xpath navigator view and many many more

Note that we have not tested this plugin extensively. It may not work properly. Feel free to give feedback in the comments.

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Installing this plugin

This plugin is not shipped in any distribution. You must manually install it on an EasyEclipse distribution.

The dependent plugins Eclipse Web tools editors and Eclipse Java Development Tools must be present in the EasyEclipse distribution you use, or must be installed separately.

Getting started

Help is available for this plugin, in the Help > Help Contents menu in EasyEclipse.

Useful links


Changes in EasyEclipse 1.2.2:

Changes in EasyEclipse 1.0.0:

Credits and License

Credits: Lars Gersmann

Copyright OrangeVolt and Lars Gersmann (c) 2005-2006.

This plugin is licensed under the Eclipse Public License 1.0 license.



Comment by Patrick Lock
2008-12-02 07:04:42

I have just installed the Orangevolt XSLT plugin for EasyEclipse 1.2.2
I can see the context menu so I know it has installed ok. However when I try to creat an XSLT launch configuration manually, I don’t have the run submenu item in the run menu ie run > run. I only have run > External Tools.
In the help under EclipseXSLT > Usage > Launch configuration, it specifies:
“To create a XSLT launch configuration manually open the Launch Configuration Dialog (Run/Run …), select the Orangevolt EclipseXSLT Launch Configuration Type and press New. ”
Does anyone else have this Run submenu item missing?
Is this a fault with the plugin or EasyEclipse?
Is there another way to do a simple XSLT transformation using this plugin?


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