Re: [xsl] Content of Script element getting wrapped by CDATA

Subject: Re: [xsl] Content of Script element getting wrapped by CDATA
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2008 14:20:30 +0100
It does seem complicated to hide the CDATA section... but it is
necessary if you have invalid XML characters in your javascript code
and do not wish to escape them individually.

No, XSLT would do this automatically, doing it differently in xml or
html output.

> And unfortunately the browsers I have tried don't recognize the CDATA.

which is not surprising since you can not have a CDATA section inside a
script element in HTML. You can't have any markup as < doesn't start up
markup inside script as it is a CDATA element 9a concept that doesn't
exist in XML)


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