Re: SAXON and UTF-8
On Thu, Sep 27 '01 at 16:15, Gustaf Liljegren wrote: > <?xml version="1.0"?> > <a>ä</a> > > The file is called "a.xml" and I intend to store it in UTF-8, so there's no > need to declare the use of Latin 1. Here's the stylesheet: This is only true, if you never store it in latin-1 and your editor knows that is it latin-1 and you want to save utf-8 > > This is the result when I save a.xml in "Unicode" format: > > <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?><b>Ã¤</b> > > As expected, but why is the encoding declaration added? While adding utf-8 is not needed (it is not needed to add an encoding only for utf-8 and utf-16), adding an encoding is "good style". sorry, I cant help you with your problem (I don't have an editor where I could enter non ascii 7 characters with proper encodung at the moment, stuck with the unix shell) -- Goetz Bock IT Consultant Dipl.-Inf. Univ.
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