Re: problem with d-o-e in attribute
Philippe Drix wrote:
No, I must find a mean to obtain :
beacause in OpenOffice styles.xml file, I have such an attribute, and it must be given as shown above, otherwise OpenOffice crashes when it tries to load the document.
I dont know why, but it is a fact.
So my problem is : given an XML file where there is an element <foo bar="'bar'"/>, written like this, how to write an XSL Transformation to copy the original XML file with some transformations, except for the element <foo bar="'bar'"/> which must remain as it is.
Regards -- Ph D
-- -- Philippe Drix - Objectiva
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