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XSLTouch for Umbraco from the guys at Offroadcode.com
Automatically "touches" the modified date of any XSLT files that include a child XSLT file when that child is saved. This causes .net's XSLT cacher to refresh both files to ensure that what you see when you next run it is what you expect.
Install and forget. Debug log messages are written every time a file is changed and touched for reference.
To test just include one XSL file in another using <xsl:include href="yourfile.xslt" /> make a change in the child file and notice the parent's modified date gets changed too.
Runs on both servers and local version. Does not mess with source control (tested with SVN/Mercurial) check ins either.
Standalone version for other .net projects available too at http://www.offroadcode.com/xsltouch.html
Any bugs or feedback let me know (email@example.com or via #xsltouch on twitter where you can get me on @peteduncanson).
UPDATE: Please download the right version for the .net framework you are running. DotNet 4 code has some extra work arounds in it to handle an encoding issue highlighted of late.
Yet another of our many best practise tools for helping developers make better websites, check out our other packages including DocTypeMixins, XSLToJSON and Asset Compressor.
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