Subject: Re: [xsl] node-setting() escaped text|
From: Oleg Tkachenko <olegt@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 13 Feb 2003 16:18:19 +0200
No, xx-node-set function is for converting result tree fragment to nodeset. You need some extension function, which allows you to parse string, checkout your processor documentation or develop yourself such one.Interesting problem i need to solve, either on the front end or the backend, not sure which. I just had an idea that "might" work, front-end, if i could figure out how.
<page> <item> <html> text-node containting escaped html </html> </item> </page>
Knowing in advance that the escaped HTML is well-formed, is there any way to evaluate this text-node string into a node-set and apply-templates upon it?
Something like this perhaps? <xsl:apply-templates select="xx:node-set(unescape(//item))"/>
-- Oleg Tkachenko Multiconn Technologies, Israel