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RE: xt and jade

Subject: RE: xt and jade
From: Linda van den Brink <lvdbrink@xxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 15 Oct 1999 14:14:36 +0200
linda jade
Both behaviours are right. In XML, <tag></tag> and <tag/> are exactly the
same. I don't think you can force either of these XSL processors to behave
other than they do by default (I'm not completely sure). 

To avoid your problem with Jade, can't you feed it the xml decl so that it
accepts the <tag/> form? 

-----Original Message-----
From: pietro abate [mailto:pietro.abate@xxxxxx]
Sent: Friday, October 15, 1999 12:43 PM
To: xsl
Subject: xt and jade 


Hi,
I've seen that xt and saxon have two different behavior with the
empty tags.
If in my xsl there is a samething like
<tag></tag> saxon copies the two tags, but xt write the short form
<tag/>... If I try to generate an sgml file after jade didn't want work
because the sgml decl forbid the second form.

which is the right behavior, and how can I force xt to work like saxon ?

TIA,
	pietro


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