RE: AS-IS Output in XSL
> > Secondly, there is no clean way of outputting a document > type declaration from an XSLT stylesheet. > > Er, what about the doctype-system or doctype-public attributes on > xsl:output? Sorry, yes, I should have mentioned that. > > > There is a dirty way of doing it, use > > > > <xsl:text disable-output-escaping="yes"> > > <[CDATA[<!DOCTYPE thing thing>]]> > > </xsl:text> > > This doesn't seem reasonable because then you are putting a text node > before the document element... disable-output-escaping is unreasonable by definition... It puts you into a paradigm-shift where you forget about outputting trees and just think about the final file you want to write. Mike K XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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