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Subject: RE: handling tags and PIs within a macro
From: Nancy Brandt <nancy_brndt@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 23 Oct 2007 08:16:03 -0700 (PDT)
RE:  handling tags and PIs within a macro
Hi dear Ken,

I mean that if there is no <xref
> linkend='mta_quota' xrefstyle='template:%t on page
> %p'/> part within the "macro", the compiler
processes this macro correctly. That's what I mean.

Best wishes,
Nancy

--- "G. Ken Holman" <gkholman@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
wrote:

> At 2007-10-23 07:51 -0700, you wrote:
> >So how do you explain the fact that those macros
> are
> >parsed properly by the XSLTPROC
> 
> "properly"?  XSLTPROC is in error.
> 
> If what you quoted is precisely the text you have:
> 
> <j_entry cmd="admin/user/mail" dsc="Quota of a
> mailbox
> in Megabytes. The default value is taken from the
> mail
> server default quota (see entry <xref
> linkend='mta_quota' xrefstyle='template:%t on page
> %p'/>)." rel="Mail Server" t="integer" ver="4.0"
> val="30"/>
> 
> ... then the naked "<" in the attribute is supposed
> to be rejected by 
> a conforming processor.
> 
> What you have isn't XML: XML 1.0 production [10]
> "AttValue" 
> specifically forbids a naked "<" character in an
> attribute.
> 
> Where is the confusion?
> 
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