RE: A list of useful functions that aren't in the core
This is actually a problem I've had for a while, which is that a lot of xml documents out there use escaped html at various nodes. This is a common community practice in various flavors of RSS, in blogger xml files, and I just saw an example on Sam Ruby's weblog where he was sending SOAP with RDF/XML in the soap:body and escaped html nested in some other element. The way I have been handling this in RSS is that I wrote an extension function using Tidy to strip out the html, for msxml, with a fallback using regex if Tidy failed. I don't want to have to write the same extension for Saxon, Xalan etc when I need to use those. Does anyone have suggestions on how to handle this admittedly bad usage but unfortunately too common problem? What about with xslt 2.0, can anyone think of ways it helps solve this problem, other than the support of regex? XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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