Re: [xsl] String manipulation & Line Breaks

Subject: Re: [xsl] String manipulation & Line Breaks
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 25 Mar 2003 16:58:36 GMT
> You'll have to use a nodeset() function with this parameter. You'll have
> to check the docs of your xslt processor for that.

node-set() isn't required here. Copying a result tree fragment to the
output preserves the structure (that is teh point of result tree
fragments), they are a fragment of the result tree.
You only need to convert to a node set if you need to use an Xpath
to query into the structure.


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