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Subject: Re: XTRE1160: The fragment identifier {62;n} is not a valid NCName
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 19 Nov 2008 17:37:44 GMT
Re:  XTRE1160: The fragment identifier {62;n} is not a
> Thanks - do I take it from that then, that it's not really feasible to
> pass the kind of dubious double-escaped markup you get in RSS feeds to
> the URIResolver using the data: scheme?

alternatively of course if you don't mind an extension function, you can
copy the definition of saxon:parse and just drop in tagsoup instead of
an xml parser. That's easy enough that I managed it before (while
accessing an xquery parser rather than tagsoup) to handle running xq2xsl
against the xquery test suite)


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