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Re: XT: I/O of iso-8859-1 characters?
Kai Großjohann <Kai.Grossjohann@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> We use XT to convert XML to HTML for presentation. As we are in an
> iso-8859-1 environment, our XML files are wont to contain iso-8859-1
> characters. We don't mind whether the resulting HTML also uses
> iso-8859-1 characters or whether it uses "ä" style entities.
Thanks to Dieter Maurer who pointed out that XT will use "ä"
style entities on output when using the HTML 4 result namespace.
I'm now a happy camper: specifying ``<?xml version="1.0"
encoding="ISO-8859-1" ?>'' in the XML instance allows me to use
iso-8859-1 for input, and I get good output, too.
I like BOTH kinds of music.
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