Subject: Re: [xsl] How can I reindent an XML-file for readability?|
From: Goetz Bock <bock@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 5 Jun 2001 20:06:21 +0200
On Tue, Jun 05 '01 at 16:42, Janning Vygen wrote: > It works fine for xml documents which are just one file in the file system > How can i reindent files which belong to one big xml document. > if i have a master.xml with external entitites like this: > > <book><docinfo><author>anybody</author></docinfo> > &part1; > &part2; > </book> > > i cant apply the given stylsheet to this masterfile because i get one big > indented xml, but i want to keep the xml file splitted into small entities. > > Is there a way to indent those files with XSL? Jein ;-) You must use the given XSL-T on the included files, not on the master files. If you reindent the master file the included files are included by the XML parser and the XSL-T processor can not figure out, that the given section of an XML document was included using an entity. Goetz.
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