Re: [xsl] How I can include javscript code ?

Subject: Re: [xsl] How I can include javscript code ?
From: "Charles Knell" <cknell@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 10 Jul 2002 08:22:06 -0700
Yes, I now see from Julian Reschke's comment:
"This has nothing to do with the script being in a CDATA section -- it'sjust
an effect of the HTML output method..."

that my sucess in outputting the "<" was an artifact of using the html
output method rather than being due to the various combinations of CDATA

I'm sorry if my comments confused anyone who wasn't outputting html.
If any of you need to produce output other than html, you might look
at Jenni Tennison's reply to my examples for an explanation, I didn't
get it until Julian pointed out how I was mistaken.

Charles Knell
cknell@xxxxxxxxxx - email

---- David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > This stylesheet:
> > ..
> > Produces this output:
> yes but it would do the same if you removed the <![CDATA section which
> is doing nothing in that case as there are no < or & in the section.
> Using A CDATA section  or using < to get a < as character data has
> no
> effect on the output.
> > And if you don't want to type the <![CDATA[ ]]> tags in manually,
> you
> > can use the cdata-section-elements attribute of the <xsl:output>
> element
> > like this:
> > 
> > <xsl:output cdata-section-elements="script">
> NO! cdata-section-elements controls the _output_ serialisation.
> If you have a < in the input you still need to use a CDATA section,
> or
> write it as < otherwise your stylesheet is not well formed.
> David
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