Subject: Re: [xsl] Whitespace question|
From: "Christopher R. Maden" <crism@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 18 Sep 2001 05:29:08 -0700
Christopher R. Madsen wrote:
(What you need to do is insert the space unless there's a text node already there, which means that there was something other than just space.)
How do you check wether there is a textnode allready? I am not very good at figuring things out at the moment, sorry.
I am in the situation where I have lots of different kinds of parrent nodes before the <code1> node, so I can't use the <xsl:perseve-space="code"/> unless I wish to write this line sixty times with different elements.
I need the program to add a space if there is a new node right after, only if there is a space between them:
(I): <One>bla</One> <Two>bla</Two> should keep the space, but
(II): <One>bla</One><Two>bla</Two> should not, and
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