RE: Re: RE: Producing Excel 2000 htm files: how do I
My confusion was that I was inserting the xml section into an <xsl:comment> element, rather than a no-namespace-prefix <comment> element. Now that I've cleared up that bit of mental muddle, I'm proceeding along the path suggested by Michael Kay, namely, use a bit of post-processing to swap the <comment></comment> for <!-- -->. Since the whole shebang is orchestrated through ant, it's a trivial matter to insert another task in the processing stream to make the swap. Thanks for your interest. -- Charles Knell cknell@xxxxxxxxxx - email -----Original Message----- From: Jon Gorman <jonathan.gorman@xxxxxxxxx> Sent: Tue, 2 May 2006 12:58:52 -0500 To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx Subject: Re: RE: Producing Excel 2000 htm files: how do I manage the hidden stuff On 5/2/06, Jon Gorman <jonathan.gorman@xxxxxxxxx> wrote: > On 5/2/06, cknell@xxxxxxxxxx <cknell@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote: > > The direct answer is, "Because I didn't think of it." Having now tried it, I can tell you that it strips away all the XML markup from the document, leaving only the element contents. > > It creates an comment, just like xsl:element. That being "It creates a comment, just like xsl:element creates an element." That might make my point a little clearer. Jon Gorman
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