Ratago is a (mostly-compliant) implementation of an XSLT 1.0 processor written in Go and released under an MIT license.
Currently it should be seen as experimental - it lacks full compliance with the spec. It has been run successfully on a number of scripts of moderate complexity as of the 0.4-pre release.
The test suite is derived from the test suite used by the libxslt library written by Daniel Veillard. See http://xmlsoft.org/XSLT/ for details on libxslt.
There are several tasks remaining to reach full compliance. Until these tasks are complete the API is subject to change.
- Implement xsl:decimal-format and format-number.
- Ensure that errors are properly progogated in Go fashion.
The ratago command-line utility runs an input file through an XSLT stylesheet.