RE: [XSLT] xsl:message output encoding ?
> > I don't think that using the same format as the principal > output makes very > > much sense - why should it be the same? However, I can see > an argument for > > providing some control. Some people only ever use > xsl:message for simple > > text messages, in which case escaping < and > doesn't make > much sense; but > > if you use it to output chunks of XML, like > > > > <xsl:message>Value of $tree: <xsl:copy-of > select="$tree"/></xsl:message> > > > > then using the XML output method makes much more sense. > > Exactly. Is there any way to achieve that in XSLT 2.0? > XSLT 2.0 provides no more control over the format or destination of xsl:message output than XSLT 1.0 did. It's all implementation-defined. Saxon provides you with some control, but only if you're prepared to do some Java coding. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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