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Re: outputting an ampersand in an attribute

Subject: Re: outputting an ampersand in an attribute
From: tom a <tasmito@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 7 Aug 2009 15:26:20 -0700 (PDT)
Re:  outputting an ampersand in an attribute
Thank you, gentlemen, for your generous input.

These glyphs are not intended
to map to actual unicode characters, but rather to represent custom glyph
characters. The character entities are really acting as symbolic links between
references made in <svg:text> or <svg:tspan> elements and the <svg:glyph>s
which define the character's shape.

For this reason I needed to maintain the
numeric character references in the output, so Liam's comment about
downgrading the output encoding was key. 

(It also shed some light for me on
character encoding in general...)

Thanks again!


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