From: dougb (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Fri May 23 2003 - 13:57:07 PDT
Nikolai Grigoriev wrote:
> However, disable-output-escaping is a scapegoat of XSLT,
> much like the goto operator in procedural languages :-) -
> its use is potentially dangerous and therefore deprecated.
> In most cases, there exist equivalent ways of achieving
> the same markup with normal, regularly nested structures.
> What are you using in for?
I have an input structure like this:
5 zero or more additional paras, lists, etc.
I need the following in the output:
<fo:inline>mixed content from element1</fo:inline>
mixed content from para1
any additional blocks, list-blocks etc. from line 5
Perhaps there is a way of doing this without 'cheating', and I just haven't
seen it yet. I'm trying to do this with a conventional push-processing
style-sheet, but perhaps I need to get more creative.... :-)
Thanks for the info re. processing and serialization.
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