Re: [xsl] CDATA back to its original shape

Subject: Re: [xsl] CDATA back to its original shape
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Thu, 15 Feb 2001 18:33:46 GMT
>  I'm not changing the programming language
> just for one exception, don't you think?

well firstly of course my wording was deliberately too strong.
Things are never clearly good or bad when doing a real project.
And anyway you are free to ignore any of my ramblings:-)

But actually no, I agree that if you are outputting some non HTML non
XML then this is probably exactly the sort of place that
disable-output-encoding might have a place.

What I was refering to was the practice of trying to output "</tr><tr>"
in non well formed chunks by using disable-output-encoding. rather than
doing it the "XSLT way" of selecting the nodes that you need for each
row and processing each row inside a well formed <tr> ...</tr> literal
result element.


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