RE: using xsl:message with UTF-8 characters
Interesting references. But sad that in 2004 Microsoft are still getting things wrong: "(The term "ANSI" as used to signify Windows code pages is a historical reference, but is nowadays a misnomer that continues to persist in the Windows community. The source of this comes from the fact that the Windows code page 1252 was originally based on an ANSI draft, which became ISO Standard 8859-1...)" That's nonsense, of course. ISO 8859-1 originated in ECMA (Recommendation ECMA-94), not in ANSI. Microsoft referred to it as ANSI because ISO standards in the US were republished by ANSI under their own label. I don't know if that's still the case. There was some explanation for it such as national standards being recognized in US law in a way that international standards were not. Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/
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