RE: MIF output from XT
> I a new to XML and XT. I am using ME IE5 XML > functionality. I am trying to transform XML to MIF > using XT. MIF uses the angle brackets but it is not > valid XML. > > In my XT code I think you are confused by the acronyms you see on the list. Where you say XT, you really mean XSLT. XT is the name of James Clark's XSLT processing software, which is not associated with IE5 in any way. If you were using James Clark's XT, you wouldn't be asking your question ;) > is use < and > to represent the > MIF brackets, otherwise it will not parse. In the > generated transformation, however, the < and > > remain so. Actually, the < and > are being replaced by single angle bracket characters within the source tree derived from your XML document and within the result tree as you specified how to create with your XSL document. These angle brackets are being transformed back into entity references during the final step, which is the output of the result tree in the form of valid XML or HTML. Non-well-formed output is not possible with IE5, as far as I know. I think the only way you are going to get literal angle brackets is if you post-process the output. XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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