RE: XSLT and Text Processing Languages

Subject: RE: XSLT and Text Processing Languages
From: Matthew Bentley <>
Date: Fri, 8 Sep 2000 10:08:45 +1200
>> I'll have to play around with your CDATA looks promising, but
>> it is still a hack for something that should be included in the XSLT
>> data model. 

>I would not want to rely on an XSLT processor's XML output method being
>lenient about serializing a text node child of the root node; it would not
>be a well-formed document if the serialized form of the node were anything
>other than whitespace, a comment or document type declaration. An XML
>output method must emit a well-formed document.

I don't know what you're talking about, but its certainly nothing to do with
the solution I was suggesting -
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