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Re: CRLF in xslt in Firefox and IE

Subject: Re: CRLF in xslt in Firefox and IE
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 6 Jul 2005 22:39:27 +0100
xslt crlf
> > What do you mean by see LF? 
> I used a test in the xlst like
>       <xsl:when test="contains($string, '#xD;#xA;')">
> gives true on IE-6 and false on Firefox; wherus

really? hm that looks like a bug in IE (that is, in msxml)
assuming that you had &# not just #x in both cases, and had real line
ends not character references in your source file, then teh xml and xslt
specs are unambiguous that the line ends in your source will be
normalised to a single #10 but the character references in the attribute
in the xsl stylesheet will not be normalised, so your input will never
have a #D character unless it has a character reference to that
character, a newline should never generate such a character.


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