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Subject: RE: [xsl] Xslt 2.0 disable-output-escaping attributes
From: "Michael Kay" <mhk@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 26 Jan 2004 20:52:26 -0000

> The spec here uses the example
> <xsl:character-map name="jsp">
>   <xsl:output-character char="«" string="&lt;%"/>   
>   <xsl:output-character char="»" string="%&gt;"/>
>   <xsl:output-character char="§" string='"'/> </xsl:character-map>
> Where the @char should be @character.

Thanks, the example is now fixed.
> 2.  For some reason, adding the above character map affects 
> the &lt; in my script block.  For example,
>  while (a &lt; el.childNodes.length) {
> Without the above character map comes out as an entity 
> unchanged, but with the above map it comes out as '<'

Thanks, this is a bug. Mapping a character should disable escaping for
that character (or rather, for its replacement string), but it seems
that a request for character mapping is enough to disable all escaping
of special characters.

Michael Kay


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