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Re: Whitespace between nodes

Subject: Re: Whitespace between nodes
From: Nicholas Shanks <contact@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 13 May 2004 00:11:39 +0100
xsl force white space
On 12 May 2004, at 23:10, Andreas L. Delmelle wrote:

Would you agree that, in this case, it should be:
<q>
  <a href="...">...</a>
</q>

Yep, sure - I was never saying ti wasn't. I was just asking if there was some magic, obscure <xsl:output-span indent="no">...</xsl:output-span> tag I could use to force the processor to always output text without whitespace. Maybe it was just wishful thinking :-)


Suppose a processor performs the indentation of the result tree in a final
step, how is it supposed to distinguish between the results of your code and
those of the rewrite above?

That wouldn't be necessary.


- Nick.

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