I'd love to hear any feedback you have on trying to use SNAC's xslt which I hope does have the most common elements mapped and will output simple HTML for basic display. You should be able to use just the XSLT w/o all of XTF with the files below
I'll admit the XSLT might seem sort of complex, especially considering in addition to the files above, the files below are also required; but I tried to factor the HTML template out in a way that is should be pretty easy to customize the HTML
It has only been tested with EAC-CPF done to Daniel's specifications for the SNAC project (well, somewhere on slideshare I saw a slide that made it look like someone else is using this XSLT as well); but if you find it does odd things with valid EAC-CPF please do file an issue and I'll take a look http://code.google.com/p/xtf-cpf/issues/list
Thanks -- Brian
On Apr 8, 2012, at 9:57 PM, Ken Cleary wrote:
> I'm hoping someone can point me to some XSL style sheets that can be used to
> transform EAC into HTML. I'm familiar with the work being done at the SNAC
> project and at Tufts, but that is a bit more complex than I need right now.
> Ideally, I'd like something that already has the most common elements mapped
> and will output to simple HTML for basic display. I'm hoping someone has
> already been down this road and wouldn't mind sharing.
> Thank you very much,
> Rutgers University, MLIS (Class of 2012)