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Re: <xsl:strip-space> does NOT work when comment lines

Subject: Re: <xsl:strip-space> does NOT work when comment lines are involved (directly before).
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 8 Dec 2009 09:45:07 GMT
Re:  <xsl:strip-space> does NOT work when comment lines
> then the resulting output.xml would be:
> <ns1:myelem>
> <ns2:aaa>123</ns2:aaa>
> <!-- some comment --><ns2:ccc>456</ns2:ccc>
> </ns1:myelem>

you have indent="yes" which means the output that you get is
processor-specicic (xslt does not constrain the indentation rules very
much) and is really a hint to the processor taht white space doesn't
matter and it can change it as it sees fit to maaaaake things look nice
(to it, not to you)

It seems that isn't the case and you do care about white space so remove
indent="yes" have strip-space then just add white space where you want
it by adding <xsl:text>&#10;</xsl:text> at suitable places in your


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