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Subject: Re: Replacing character entities
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2005 17:33:02 GMT
xmlspy newline character
> Thank you.  I did not try it from the command line, I was using XMLSpy.

You should report that to them.
I would suspect that either your stylesheet or the input is being parsed
twice (or just that they are not parsing character references correctly)
either way, sounds like a bug. Using &#13 as a delimiter in XML though
is very fragile. a real newline would be normalised to #10 or #20, a
space, in an attribute value) so you are relying on the fact that
character references don't get normalized. This is something that you
should be able to rely on (despite evidence to the contrary:-)
but it does seem an odd choice.


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