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Re: how to decode Base64 in XSLT?

Subject: Re: how to decode Base64 in XSLT?
From: Ivan Shmakov <oneingray@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 15 Apr 2010 22:55:56 +0700
Re:  how to decode Base64 in XSLT?
>>>>> "FG" == Florent Georges <lists@xxxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
>>>>> "IS" == Ivan Shmakov wrote:

 IS> <xsl:output method="text" encoding="UNIBYTE-ENCODING"/>

 IS> I guess that the character string thus obtained will be translated
 IS> to the intended byte string in the output.

 FG> Oh so actually you want a binary output method.  Makes perfect
 FG> sense.  But unfortunately that is not part of the standard.  Mayeb
 FG> your processor provides such a method as an extension, but I don't
 FG> know any processor providing such a binary output method.


	I'm not confined to XSLT, actually.  With the help of, e. g.,
	Perl's XML::LibXSLT, I could probably implement binary output in
	a way that won't preclude the use of a multibyte encoding
	(UTF-8) for the rest of the output.  OTOH, I could probably
	implement the whole procedure in, e. g., Tcl.

 FG> You can always report a defect on the working group's bugzilla
 FG> <http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/> if you think that should be added
 FG> to the standard.

	Isn't it the same issue as [1]?

[1] http://www.w3.org/Bugs/Public/show_bug.cgi?id=8879

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