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Re: [xsl] Problem with encoding UTF-8
Subject: Re: [xsl] Problem with encoding UTF-8|
From: "David at roamware" <david@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 15 Dec 2004 18:46:14 -0000
As I mentioned I am using XercesImpl from 31st July 2003. Both files have
0xFF 0xFE at the start of them.
I compared them at byte level, apart from crappy formating (LF before every
'>') the PDF file had an extra pair of nulls on the end. When I changed my
code to strip them it all worked. i.e. Adobe Acrobat is putting a pair of
nulls after the closing tag. Just a case of a $1.2Bn company proving they
should maybe stick to Graphic Designers as clients ;)
From: Michael Kay [mailto:mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx]
Sent: 15 December 2004 17:45
Subject: RE: [xsl] Problem with encoding UTF-8
> If so, you have a
> UTF-8 BOM in your file. You have to get rid of it, or switch
> to Saxon (or something else?)..
Whether or not Saxon accepts a BOM depends on the XML parser you are using.
Xerces accepts the BOM, Crimson does not.