Subject: [xsl] Remove adjacent whitespace when removing element|
From: Karl Stubsjoen <kstubs@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 14 Nov 2013 19:48:31 -0700
I'm writing a little simple XSLT that translates one Xml to another and I am cherry picking items from the first Xml for the new Xml and doing an assortment of other things as well. All is fine and dandy, but I'd like to trap the whitespace along with the elements that I am removing, instead I am getting big gaps in my resulting Xml. I reallize that I can turn off indent, but what would be the way to remove the related whitespace of an element that has been removed? So given: <data> <a>this is a</a> <b>this is b</b> <c>this is c</c> </data> If I trap b <xsl:template match="b"/> and do nothing with it my result looks like: <data> <a>this is a</a> <c>this is c</c> </data> Thanks. Karl..