These stylesheets extend those included with the XML Résumé Library to add :
The current version of the xmlresume-extensions stylesheets is 0.4.
released February 22, 2004
Each sets of stylesheets is expected to live in
/usr/local/share/xsl. If that is not where your stylesheets live, you will need to update
The current XSL stylesheets for the XML Résumé Library do not provide any way of including the contents of the
link@href attribute in any format other than HTML.
These stylesheets extend those included with the XML Résumé Library to render
link elements normally, followed by a footnote-style indicator that refers a list of all external links at the bottom of your résumé.
<para> The <link href="http://search.cpan.org/dist/Net-Google"> Net::Google</link> package was the subject of Michael Schilli's article <link href = "http://www.linux-magazin.de/Artikel/ausgabe/2002/10/perl/perl.html"> Google-Hupf</link>, for the German Linux Magazin. As author of the package, I was interviewed for CNET New's piece on the Google SOAP APIs, <link href = "http://news.com.com/2100-1023-884546.html">Developers dig in to Google's toolbox</link>. Net::Google is also used as part of the incredibly cool <link href = "http://search.cpan.org/dist/DBD-Google">DBD::Google</link> package. </para>
The Net::Google  package was the subject of Michael Schilli's article Google-Hupf  , for the German Linux Magazin. As author of the package, I was interviewed for CNET New's piece on the Google SOAP APIs, Developers dig in to Google's toolbox  . Net::Google is also used as part of the incredibly cool DBD::Google  package. # And then, at the end of the document: External links: 1. http://search.cpan.org/dist/Net-Google 2. http://www.linux-magazin.de/Artikel/ausgabe/2002/10/perl/perl.html 3. http://news.com.com/2100-1023-884546.html 4. http://search.cpan.org/dist/DBD-Google
The Net::Google package was the subject of Michael Schilli's article Google-Hupf , for the German Linux Magazin. As author of the package, I was interviewed for CNET New's piece on the Google SOAP APIs, Developers dig in to Google's toolbox . Net::Google is also used as part of the incredibly cool DBD::Google package. <!-- And then at the end of the document -->
A separate list of external links is generated for HTML renderings in case the viewer wants to print your résumé and be able to refer to, or note, external links while offline.
# real soon now. # it's pretty much just like the text rendering.
The default header for external links is "External links". It may be changed by setting the value of the
extrefs.word string parameter.
$> xsltproc \ --stringparam extrefs.word 'Elvis has left the building' \ -o ~/resume.html \ /usr/local/share/xmlresume-extensions/format/html.xsl \ ~/my-resume.xml
$> xstlproc \ --param header.address.display 0 \ --param header.phone.display 0 \ -o /path/to/output.format /path/to/xmlresume-extensions/format.xsl /path/to/my-resume.xml
# This is only applicable to HTML output $> xstlproc \ --param css.embed 0 \ --stringparam css_screen 'screen.css screen' \ -o /path/to/my-resume.html /path/to/xmlresume-extensions/html.xsl /path/to/my-resume.xml
These stylesheets imports the add-css-links library. Please consult its documentation for complete usage.
These stylesheets support the following extensions to the XML Résumé dtd.
Activities are personal, or group, projects that are not directly "work" related. The
activities element, and its children, are rendered in the same manner as the
history element, and its children, are.
<!DOCTYPE resume PUBLIC "-//Sean Kelly//DTD Resume 1.5.1//EN" "http://xmlresume.sourceforge.net/dtd/resume.dtd" [ <!ENTITY % sections "(objective|history|academics|skillareas|skillarea| pubs|misc|referees|keywords|memberships|interests| clearances|awards|activities)"> <!ELEMENT activities (activity+)> <!ELEMENT activity (title,(date|period),description,projects)> ]>
The default header for activies is "Personal projects and activities". It may be changed by setting the value of the
activities.word string parameter.
$> xsltproc \ --stringparam activities.word 'I can't seem to stop working' \ -o ~/resume.html \ /usr/local/share/xmlresume-extensions/format/html.xsl \ ~/my-resume.xml
There is a bug in the fo.xsl stylesheet that is preventing size-related parameters from being imported. I suspect that this is a conflict involving the params.xsl stylesheet defined by this package but I haven't had a chance to investigate thoroughly. An ugly ugly workaround is to add the following to fo.xsl:
# Or a4.xsl if you prefer <xsl:include href = "/usr/local/share/xsl/resume/paper/letter.xsl" />
The stylesheet for pruning elements from the source document doesn't try to accomodate documents with customized DOCTYPES or ENTITY declarations; it just gets too hairy too fast in any kind of abstract, generalized context. It is 'possible' and if you're in to this kind of thing, you should consult: http://www.dpawson.co.uk/xsl/sect2/N2281.html#d2791e181
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