RE: [xsl] Omitted white-space in XSLT

Subject: RE: [xsl] Omitted white-space in XSLT
From: David.Pawson@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Mon, 13 Oct 2003 08:42:22 +0100
Peter said:
> In processing this DocBook fragment (in a <para>):
>    (see <xref linkend="dif"/> <foreignphrase>et 	     
> seq</foreignphrase>)
> I get the output:
>    (see <a href="#dif">the note on "DIF format"</a><i>et seq</i>)
> with no space between the </a> and the <i> despite the presence 
> of a space character in the input. This is using Saxon.
> Before I go and strip it down to create a minimal instance, has
> this been seen or reported before? 

try <link linkend="x">Link content</link>

that produces the included 'Link content' as the hot text.

(see TDG, online version) on links.



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