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RE: More XSL Discussion

Subject: RE: More XSL Discussion
From: Jonathan Marsh <jmarsh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 24 Feb 1998 13:02:20 -0800
the single and peculiar life
This problem will be further explored on the XSL WG.  Some of us also feel
the need to solve this ? without generating unbalanced tags if possible.

Jonathan Marsh
phone   425.703.4591
 <mailto:jmarsh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> jmarsh@xxxxxxxxxxxxx

		-----Original Message-----
		From:	Michael Kay [mailto:M.H.Kay@xxxxxxxxxxxxx]
		Sent:	Tuesday, February 24, 1998 10:17 AM
		To:	xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
		Subject:	Re: More XSL Discussion

		>| - it imposes a requirement that the start and end tags be
balanced. This
		>| extremely restrictive: for example if you have two
patterns, one for the
		>| first element of a group and the other for the last
element in a group,
		>| cannot generate a opening <UL> tag in the first and a
closing </UL> in
		>| second.
		>I'm having a hard time constructing an example where I'd
want to
		>do this.

		I can't think of a <UL> example off my head, but the
following example is
		real. The XML is:

		<LINE>The single and peculiar life is bound,</LINE>
		<LINE>With all the strength and armour of the mind.</LINE>

		and I want to render it in HTML as

		<TD>The single and peculiar life is bound<BR>
		With all the strength and armour of the mind.<BR>

		how do I do that in XSL? I can do it easily, of course, by
		unbalanced tags in CDATA, but I'm told that's cheating.

		And don't tell me to change the XML, I didn't design it!

		Mike Kay

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