Re: language

Subject: Re: language
From: Miloslav Nic <nicmila@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 16 Jul 1999 11:58:32 +0200
I would use xsl:if constructs.

I am solving language problems in following way:
I do not use attributes for anything what needs translation, but I
e.g. <!ELEMENT text (#PCDATA|trans)*>
Then I can either write 
or <text>blablaaaa<trans lang="cs">asasssa</trans><trans

Then you can use in your XSL constructs like:
  <xsl:when test='trans[@lang=$language]'>
  <xsl:value-of select="trans[@lang=$language]"/>
  <xsl:when test='trans[not(@lang)] and /*/@translang=$language'>
  <xsl:value-of select="trans[not(@lang)]"/>
  <xsl:value-of select="./text()"/>

Look at for
(click at XSL and then on generalTemplates_1_00.xsl)

Marco.Mistroni@xxxxxxxxx wrote:
> HI all,
>         I have one problem: I am using xsl to convert xml into html
> I get the name of every attribute using attribute value templates
> I would like to display the name of the attribute in a language other than
> english....for example french
> Anyone knows if it is possible using xsl??
> Thanx
> Br
> marco
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