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Subject: Re: retaining entity declarations while converting from one xml format to another
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 15 Dec 2009 23:17:07 GMT
Re:  retaining entity declarations while converting fro
> <!ENTITY spoon.jpg SYSTEM "spoon.jpg">

That looks very wrong, if that entity were used the jpg file would be
parsed as XML, don't you mean an NDATA entity here?

XSLT has no record of parsed external entities, if you use NDATA
entities then the entity definitions are passed to XSLT and may be
accessed using the unparsed-entity-uri and similar function, although
entity declarations can not be generated you can (perhaps) specify a
doctype in xsl:output that contains the entities you need in the output.


David

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