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Subject: Re: [xsl] Arrays
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 20 Jan 2005 14:03:53 GMT

	<xsl:analyze-string select="$in" regex="\n">

beware on non-unix systems the end of line might be (will be) something
other than \n. On windows this would produce a spare \r at the end of
each line and an extra cell element containing that character in the
output, on a mac the whole thing would come out as one line.

I made a suggestion to the official comments list that unparsed-text()
ought to normalize line endings in the same way as an XML parser. this
was turned down, but they did add a new example highlighting the
problem. (\r|\n)+ (any non-empty sequence of #10 or #13) will do here,
although you have to work a bit harder if you want to pick up possibly
empty lines, ie detect two \n as an empty line (two unix style ends of
line) but \r\n as a single  windows-style end of line


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