Subject: RE: [xsl] disappearing line breaks within an element|
From: "Michael Kay" <mike@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 22 Jan 2009 16:26:32 -0000
Interesting. If I take this document <e>a
d</e> and do an identity copy with method="xml", I get <e>a
d</e> but if I use method="html", I get <e>abcd</e> The code seems to be doing this quite consciously but I can't at the moment see why. There doesn't seem to be anything to justify it in the serialization spec. On the other hand, outputting
to an HTML document isn't going to do much good in terms of what you see in the browser. The
is there in the input tree, and operations that manipulate it seem to work fine, for example <xsl:output method="html" use-character-maps="crlf"/> <xsl:character-map name="crlf"> <xsl:output-character character="
" string="#"/> </xsl:character-map> <xsl:template match="/"> <xsl:copy-of select="."/> </xsl:template> gives me the output <e>a#b#c#d</e> Michael Kay http://www.saxonica.com/ > -----Original Message----- > From: cavecatem@xxxxxxxxxxxxx [mailto:cavecatem@xxxxxxxxxxxxx] > Sent: 22 January 2009 17:03 > To: xsl-list@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx > Subject: [xsl] disappearing line breaks within an element > > Dear List, > > I've been struggeling with an entity problem all day, and the > things I tried didn't work out. > > I'm working with Saxxon 8B and XSLT 2.0. > > I have an imput file wich contains XML-output from a sybase database. > Long text fields may contain line breaks which appear in the > XML as
> > > Example: > <UserField Type="longtext" Name="some name">I'm a veeery long > text.I'm a veeery long text in some text.I'm > a veeery long text in some text.I'm a > veeery long text in > some text.
I'm a veeery long text > in .I'm a veeery long text in some text.I'm a veeery long > text in some text.I'm a veeery long > text in .
I'm a veeery long text in > .I'm a veeery long text in some > text.I'm a veeery long > text in some text.I'm a veeery long > text in.</UserField> > > When I transform the XML to HTML, they just dissappear. > I searched in the mailing list archive and I seem to have > understood that when the file is parsed, the
becomes a > line break. I suppose this is why I fail with the following > tokenization? > > <xsl:for-each select="fn:tokenize(.,'
' )"> > <xsl:if test="(fn:string-length(fn:normalize-space (.)) > 0)"> > <xsl:value-of select="."/> > <br/> > </xsl:if> > </xsl:for-each> > > > If so, how do I do this? > > I also tried using a character map, but still it does not work out. > <xsl:character-map name="break"> > > <xsl:output-character character=" " > string="&nbsp;" /> > <xsl:output-character character="
" > string="<br/>"/> > > > </xsl:character-map> > > Someone mentioned that with XSLT 2.0 there was a way to > convert the parsed entity back to an entity, but I didn't > understand how and where I would have to do that. > Could someone explain or point me to a book? I tried with > Frank Bongers' but unfortunately, I haven't found anything > dealing with line break codes within an element (the > ebook-Version my library provides has no bookmarks or > cross-references which makes it rather unwildy, so maybe I > failed to find it). > > I'd appreaciate any help (and will remember to send my > thanks to the list address and not the digest address as > happend last time ;-) > > > Regards > CJ
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