Re: disable-output-escaping in text

Subject: Re: disable-output-escaping in text
From: "Scott Boag/CAM/Lotus" <Scott_Boag@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 22 Jun 2000 13:55:55 -0400
Yasser, in Xalan we are disabling the special href escaping for attributes
by default for the next version of Xalan, so maybe this will be less of a

As far as disable-output-escaping not working with attributes, I guess this
is a bug.

> <img src="func("v")">

?? Is this legal HTML?  Can't you use single quotes?  If you can, I don't
think you'll need to do any bypassing of escaping.


                    "Yasser El-Zein"                                                                                       
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Does someone have an explenation/solution for this behavior:

Using Xalan with xsl:output set to:
<xsl:output method="html/>

this XSL:
<img><xsl:attribute name="src">
           <xsl:test disable-output-escaping="yes">func("v")</xsl:text>

and this XSL:
<img><xsl:attribute name="src">
           <xsl:test disable-output-escaping="no">func("v")</xsl:text>

both produces this html:
<img src="func(%22v%22)">

I need to disable escaping and generate:
<img src="func("v")">

this is okey with Dynamo, witch am using. The parser should
disable-output-escaping when I tell it to do so.

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