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Re: [xsl] Generating an XSL from an XML

From: Joerg Heinicke <joerg.heinicke@------>
To:
Date: 5/14/2002 6:21:00 AM
Have a look at the example at namespace-alias in W3C spec 
http://www.w3.org/TR/xslt#literal-result-element. You definitely don't need 
CDATA.



Joerg



R&eacute;my Rakic wrote:
Hi,
i would like to know if there won't be any problems using an XSL stylesheet
to generate another stylesheet.
For example, i wanted to use an xml defining a format, and generate the
default xsl stylesheet able to parse an xml using that format into a text
file.
I was inquisitive to know whether there were another option than using a
<![CDATA section for every XSL instruction i wanted to generate, so that the
parser didn't try to execute them.

Thanks in advance
Remy




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