Re: [xsl] Re: producing php with xslt

Subject: Re: [xsl] Re: producing php with xslt
From: "Matthew Smith" <msmith@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Wed, 25 Jul 2001 19:56:14 -0400
> I believe something similar was mentioned earlier, but you can save
> a lot of trouble by doing:
> run your code into
> <php_script>

Actually, as someone mentioned, PHP will parse <script
language="php"></script>, but that still doesn't solve the problem of
sticking php code into an attribute using XSLT.

I'll try the string literal with output escaping off as someone sudgested.
I'm not sure why, but I have a feeling that wont work either.  Apparently
Sablotron is already showing some unusual behavior in what I've run into.
I'm not surprised.  But perhaps in this case it will help me.  From what
I've heard, it's not the most desirable XSLT parser, but it's the only thing
PHP has libraries written for, and I'm stuck with PHP for this project.  I'm
considering trying to get the php java extension installed so I can use

thanks, Matt

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