RE: xsl and toc.hhc (was xml -> htmlhelp and character
> Could I somehow be implying the declaration you speak of? The > invocation of saxon is this: > > saxon manual.xml gretlhlp.xsl "tex.math.in.alt=latex" This looks as if you are using Instant Saxon, and therefore the Microsoft JVM. Looking at: http://saxon.sourceforge.net/saxon6.5.3/conformance.html I read: The encodings available on output are the intersection of: ascii, us-ascii, utf-8, utf8, utf-16, utf16, iso-8859-1, iso-8859-2 ko18-r, cp852, cp1250, windows-1250, cp1251, windows-1251 (again case-insensitive) with whatever your Java VM supports. I don't know why windows-1252 isn't on the list, but it isn't. Saxon has moved on since then, as has the Java VM, and I suggest you move forwards. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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