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[xsl] Unwanted xmlns attribute appearing
Subject: [xsl] Unwanted xmlns attribute appearing|
From: Karine Delvare <kdelvare@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 26 Apr 2006 20:43:55 +0200
I am generating RSS feeds from an HTML file. With Perl, until I finally realized XSLT would be a much better solution. I decided to create a new XML file, and to have seceral XSL stylesheets, one to produce the HTML file and the others to produce the RSS files. First question: was that stupid?
The XML file is currently looking like this: http://edhel.gimp.org/devnews.xml
I managed to write the XSL to produce HTML: http://edhel.gimp.org/devnews.xsl produces http://edhel.gimp.org/devnews.html
Now I'm struggling with the RSS1.0 feed. http://edhel.gimp.org/devnews-rss1.xsl produces http://edhel.gimp.org/devnews-rss1.xml
The <item> markup gets a xmlns="" attribute, and I don't know where that comes from.
<xsl:attribute name="rdf:about">http://edhel.gimp.org/devnews.html#<xsl:value-of select="normalize-space(parent::year/text())"/>-<xsl:value-of select="normalize-space(text())"/></xsl:attribute>
<item xmlns="" rdf:about="http://edhel.gimp.org/devnews.html#2006-17">
So, second question: what did I miss there?