XSL (process-children-trim)

Subject: XSL (process-children-trim)
From: "Glenn R. Kronschnabl" <grk@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 13 Jan 1998 12:16:29 -0600
I posted something to xml-dev about nested lists, and this is probably a 
better place to post, BUT, I think I have the right question now:

Using Jade and DSSSL, one can employ (process-children-trim) which discards 
extra whitespace/newlines instead of just (process-children).  Turns out this 
was the problem - in a nested list, you MUST use (process-children-trim) or 
extra newlines get output.

Q: Is there such a directive in XSL - if so what is it?
Q: Does there need to be?

Or, is this just a ramification of using xslj->jade->rtf

If anyone wants more info, just e-mail.  I have a simple nested list example 
with and without the -trim option and the problem shows up beautifully.

Glenn R. Kronschnabl
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