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RE: [XSLT] xsl:message output encoding ?

Subject: RE: [XSLT] xsl:message output encoding ?
From: Kevin Rodgers <kevin.rodgers@xxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 21 Apr 2005 11:45:29 -0600
xslt 2.0 output encoding
Michael Kay writes:
> I don't think that using the same format as the principal output makes very
> much sense - why should it be the same? However, I can see an argument for
> providing some control. Some people only ever use xsl:message for simple
> text messages, in which case escaping < and > doesn't make much sense; but
> if you use it to output chunks of XML, like
> <xsl:message>Value of $tree: <xsl:copy-of select="$tree"/></xsl:message>
> then using the XML output method makes much more sense.

Exactly.  Is there any way to achieve that in XSLT 2.0?

My situation is even simpler, since I want to include a hard-coded
<tree root="tap"> start tag (not an arbitrary XML fragment).


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