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Oleg Tkachenko has created a visual studio's plugin for XSLT.  You can read all about it and get to his download from his blog:

Note:  it only works with Visual Studio Code Name "Orcas" Beta 1, and you MUST have the SDK installed.

I've downloaded all of the above and am excited about future builds of this plugin.  Currently it has the ability to complie XSLT into DLLs.  I'm not as interested in that as I am some of the other features to come, but we do have a few projects where I think it may come in handy.

Current list of planned and already implemented IronXSLT features includes:

  1. XSLT Library Project (Visual Studio project type for compiling XSLT into DLL)
  2. XSLT Refactorings
  3. Multiple XSLT engines
  4. XSLT Profiler
  5. Extensive library of XSLT code snippets
  6. XPath Intellisense
  7. Visual XSLT builder
  8. XSLT2XLinq and XLinq2XSLT converters
Posted on Tuesday, June 5, 2007 9:03 PM XML | Back to top

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# Link Listing - June 6, 2007
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.NET Framework 3.5 [Via: The Moth ] IronXSLT: Visual Studio plugin [Via: John Workman ] Free Diff Tool:...
Left by Christopher Steen on Jun 07, 2007 2:12 AM

# re: IronXSLT: Visual Studio plugin
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Can't send mail to you because "No such user here" error. Posting here:

I've seen you post, thanks!

Template Navigator is interesting idea. I'll implement it for sure. That
doesn't seem to be hard.
And go to template is awesome feature. Surely it's impossible to find
all appropriate templates, but still that's very useful.
Thanks for suggestions.
Left by Oleg Tkachenko on Jun 07, 2007 3:27 PM

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