Re: CRLF in xslt in Firefox and IE
>The only positive point is, we can recognise IE from inside the xslt easily, just in case one needs it. Are you refering to using the system-property(xsl:vendor) function/property combo to determine what processer you are using or are you going through all of the above trouble as a hack to make the same determination? On 7/6/05, Manfred Staudinger <manfred.staudinger@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > Hi David, > > you hit the point exactly, thank you. So its essentially a fake and > sloppy programming in IE. > The only positive point is, we can recognise IE from inside the xslt > easily, just in case one needs it. > > Manfred > > 2005/7/7, David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>: > > > > I can confirm that you get CRLF in IE and LF in mozila. > > It's clear that IE is wrong here but it _isn't_ wrong because it has > > left CRLF pairs in the input (that would be terribly broken and would > > have been reported here before now) > > > > If you add > > > > [<xsl:value-of select="string-length('
')"/>] > > > > to your stylesheet you will see you get the value 2 from a conformant > > system and 1 from IE. > > > > msxml is normalizing the #10#13 pair even though it is in the > > stylesheet as character references. so the XPath test that is actually > > being done when you do > > <xsl:when test="contains(string(doc),'
')"> > > in IE is actually > > <xsl:when test="contains(string(doc),'
')"> > > This is incorrect but doesn't hit you in real stylesheets as you don't > > normally test for #10#13 pairs as you "know" they are not there.... > > > > David > > -- <M:D/> M. David Peterson http://www.xsltblog.com
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