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Subject: [xsl] encoding and XSL Transformation|
From: Earl Bingham <earl@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 10 Sep 2002 04:46:37 -0700
I'm having some trouble using the Xalan 2 Java parser for parsing some XML
files I have that include non-ASCII characters. In which I have characters
like right-tik ? left-tik long dash, etc. When I use Xalan UTF-8
encoding, it will make these characters into garbeled mess,
like Â$(A for right tick ,etc.
When I use james clark's xt parser. It will transform these characters
nicely. Converting them to their hex representation ’
The SAX2SAX.java example provided with Xalan doesn't do too much help
either. In which it seems like it will always output a supposed 'UTF-8'
format even though I change the <xsl:output encoding="ISO-8859-1'/> etc.
Does anyone know how to get the Xalan parser to properly transform these
characters to their proper hex value?
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