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Re: [xsl] strip-spaces
Subject: Re: [xsl] strip-spaces|
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 5 Feb 2008 17:56:54 GMT
> 1. why has the serializer placed these tags on any node (for example,
> some <p> node and not others)?
means that all of foo bar and bas are in the "a" namespace. So if you
generate all elements in teh same namespace the serialiser will
just make a single declaration at the top.
means that p is no namespace, so if you generate or
copy a no namespace element (such as p in your case) as a child in an
element the serialiser has to add xmlns=""
so that p is in no-namespace in the result., However you don't want p t
be in no-namepsace you want it to be in the same namespace as its
parent, then it will be serialised as
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