Re: Deescaping Atom brain damage
On Monday 23 October 2006 17:54, David Carlisle wrote: > > Maybe I can get away with disable-output-escaping. > > Anything else I should try? > > If you allow yourself extension functions you could use saxon:parse() > (or similar) which would work for the example you gave, but in general > if you want to parse (non well formed) html you'd need to use an > extension function to tagsoup or some other html parser. > If d-o-e works in the context that you are in. it's no doubt going to be > the easiest and quickest... However, that's an approach that can leave you with non well-formed XML, assuming the "input"(whatever that is defined to be) is invalid. Right? Cheers, Frans
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