Re: getting xsl to produce ill-formed xml?

Subject: Re: getting xsl to produce ill-formed xml?
From: Duane Nickull <webmaster@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 19 Mar 1999 19:19:10 -0800
You may also wish to try declaring some of your perl code as xml
entities.  To do this, you may have to also use the correct perl syntax
of single (instead of double) quotation marks so nothing gets
interpreted coming from the xsl engine.

One easier solution may be to have an intermediate step like using the
xsl to produce output to a cgi script which in turn generates the
required perl output.

Duane Nickull
"E-commerce to bolt on your xml website"

John E. Simpson wrote:
> At 09:22 PM 3/18/99 -0800, Mark D. Anderson wrote:
> >is there any way to get an xsl style sheet to produce
> >something that isn't proper xml?
> >
> >i just wrote a xsl style sheet to generate perl code
> >(don't ask), and that needs to have things like '=>'
> >in it (not to mention the comparison operator '<').
> >i couldn't find any combination of attributes to
> >the xsl:stylesheet element to get xt to do that --
> >it would always produce '&gt;' instead.
> Have you tried generating a massive CDATA block?
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