Re: CDATA back to its original shape
Hi David, I was talking about just one exception. Im basing my web site entirely on XML and XSL, and just one of the documents need to display some information that is not well-formed HTML (a flash object). I'm not changing the programming language just for one exception, don't you think? David Carlisle ha escrito: > > If you use disable-output-encoding to output the start tag of an element > so that you can similarly output the end tag from another template > then basically you are missing the entire point of XSLT as a tree > transformation language, and you'd be better to work with a language > that more directly relates to the string representation of the document, > such as perl or omnimark. > > there are times when you need to cope with wuoted fragments of non well > formed XML in an input document where it has uses, and also sometimes > to output entity refs or local subsets. But just using it to output > markup into the result tree is just plain wrong. > > David > XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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