Processing meta deta (or why XSL 1.0 is broken)
Let's say I want to generate <meta name="description" content="foo"> where "foo" is data contained in an XML file.
This is an easy thing to do if you're using a processor like msxsl that implements the XSL proposal, but I haven't found a way to make this happen under the working draft.
I'm hoping that I'm being close minded about this and that there is some way to do this using the new XSL draft.
The goal--quite simply--is to not have any HTML markup live in my XML documents and to not have any data live in my XSL files. Here's my example in more detail...
<!-- What should I put in here to make this happen? -->
<meta name="content" description="foo">
I'm using James Clark's xt processor... thoughts, comments and pointers to resources that can help are all welcome.
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