Re: [xsl] MSXML / NBSP problem and resolution
Subject: Re: [xsl] MSXML / NBSP problem and resolution|
From: Greg Faron <gfaron@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 08 Nov 2002 11:05:12 -0700
At 09:37 PM 11/7/2002, you wrote:
Greg Faron wrote:
> BTW, it's also a shame that MSXML ignores the "indent" attribute of
> xsl:output, but that's something else altogether.
Huh? Given this as test.xsl:
It looks like it is honoring the attribute to me. Perhaps you were expecting a
greater degree of indenting?
If you're receiving any indentation whatsoever, it's more than I ever
received from MSXML. I guess it must be an issue using XML Spy as a
go-between. It lets you plug in whichever command-line you want to perform
transformations, but also has default radio button if you want MSXML3 or
MSXML4 (or 'Other' in which you'd type in what you want).
I'm using the radio button for MSXML v4 and when I hit the F10 key to do
a transformation, I never see any leading spaces or tabs in the result. My
XSL has this element near the top:
<xsl:output method="html" encoding="UTF-8" indent="yes"/>
I guess if I were to use the command line, I might see your
results. What was the command that you used to perform the transformation?
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