At 99/09/16 11:49 +1200, Warren Hedley wrote:
>Miloslav Nic wrote:
> > Look at
> > http://zvon.vscht.cz/HTMLonly/XSLTutorial/Books/Book1/index.html
> > example 80
>Thanks for your quick response. I have looked at the page you
>recommended and you are correct in pointing out that   will
>should be passed unchanged through the transformation process
>and produces the desired output ( ) according to the
>HTML 4.0 spec.
>However, I think that the XSL transformation shouldn't actually
>produce in the HTML output as you've indicated in the
>example. Can you perhaps point to something in the XSL spec that
>might support your example?
XSLT 1999-08-13 Section 15.2:
The html output method may output a character using
a character entity reference, if one is defined for
it in the version of HTML that the output method is
>What transformation software are you
XT http://www.jclark.com/xml/xt.html supports this.
>Personally, I would still like to generate in my output
>directly, as it is more familiar to the HTML people who might be
>writing XSL stylesheets. Surely there must be a way
>to do this.
I hope this helps.
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