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Subject: Re: getting xsl to produce ill-formed xml?
From: "John E. Simpson" <simpson@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 19 Mar 1999 19:44:01 -0500

At 09:22 PM 3/18/99 -0800, Mark D. Anderson wrote:
>is there any way to get an xsl style sheet to produce
>something that isn't proper xml?
>i just wrote a xsl style sheet to generate perl code
>(don't ask), and that needs to have things like '=>'
>in it (not to mention the comparison operator '<').
>i couldn't find any combination of attributes to
>the xsl:stylesheet element to get xt to do that --
>it would always produce '&gt;' instead.

Have you tried generating a massive CDATA block?

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