OSXML

What is OSXML?  Where do I get it?
<xsl:template match="fve-bad-pcr-registers">
<osxml:text-mode-ui>
  <head>
    <footer color="RGBIXXXX"><xsl:text> ENTER=Continue</xsl:text></footer>
    <meta key="ENTER" action="continue"/>
  </head>
  <body background-color="XXXX" foreground-color="RGBX">
    <font foreground-color="RGBI">
    Windows BitLocker Drive Encryption Information<br/>
    </font>
    <br/>
    <br/>
    The system boot information has changed since BitLocker was enabled.<br/>
    <br/>
    You must supply a BitLocker recovery password to start this system.<br/>
    <br/>
    Confirm that the changes to the system boot information are authorized.<br/>
    <br/>
    If the changes to the system boot information are trusted, then disable and re-enable BitLocker. This will reset BitLocker to use the new boot information.<br/>
    <br/>
    Otherwise restore the system boot information.<br/>
    <br/>
  </body>
</osxml:text-mode-ui>
</xsl:template>

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Geert BormansInformation ArchitectCommented:
What exactly do you want to do?

osxml if I remember well was (the project is no longer active) a way to publish open source software
http://www.oreillynet.com/onlamp/blog/2005/11/osxml_publishing_opensource_co.html
From my memory, the tags you show are from that namespace.
I think the project is dead

What do you need it for?
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Ray PaseurCommented:
http://lmgtfy.com?q=OSXML
http://groups.google.com/group/osxml

Looks dead to me.  So I have the same question as Gertone - what is the intended use case?  We may have an alternative that would be useful for you.

;-)

~Ray
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Round_ButteAuthor Commented:
I would like to change it to:
<head>
    <footer color="RGBIXXXX"><xsl:text> ENTER=Continue</xsl:text></footer>
    <meta key="ENTER" action="continue"/>
  </head>
to the footer:
To continue press alt-c (if they press alt-c then go to next  screen)
To boot press alt-b
if they press boot then go to:
<xsl:template match="progress-bar">
  <osxml:text-mode-ui>
    <body background-color="XXXX" foreground-color="RGBX">
  Put boot screen here!  in jpg format!
        <p pad-left="25">Windows is loading files...</p>
    <br/>
   Can I put a animate gif here???
         </body>
  </osxml:text-mode-ui>
</xsl:template>
this is what I am trying to do!
John

It is easier to show you!

BOOTMGR.XSL.txt
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Round_ButteAuthor Commented:
WHoops forgot RGBX and RGBI to actual colors (Blue and White)! Any ideas?? John
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Round_ButteAuthor Commented:
If I use css for fonts where do I put the fonts files so the code can access it? John
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Geert BormansInformation ArchitectCommented:
maybe you asked the question the wrong way...
nevertheless, the original question has been answered correctly and completely,
so you can't go and simply delete it
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Round_ButteAuthor Commented:
I guess that I should have asked "how do write code to do the following"
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Geert BormansInformation ArchitectCommented:
Well, I don't know,
OSXML is a dead project, so I am wondering...
what tools are you using, what do you want to do?...
you never answered those return questions.
I am still not sure whether an alternative would help you, or do you have the tools in place to actually get OSXML started?
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Round_ButteAuthor Commented:
It seems to be dead,  can I use basic xsl instead?  Given that it is a namespace, is there another one I can use instead?? John
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