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RE: [xsl] That old song "document() with text-files"

From: "Michael Kay" <mhk@--------->
Date: 4/25/2003 9:20:00 AM
You can use the XSLT 2.0 function unparsed-text() in Saxon 7.4.

Michael Kay
Software AG
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> Alexander Johannesen
> Sent: 25 April 2003 11:55
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> Subject: [xsl] That old song "document() with text-files"
> Hi,
> I've got a problem with importing data from text-files. Of 
> course it isn't supposed to work, but my question is more; 
> does anyone have any idea of how to solve the problem of 
> reading documents that aren't XML, as pure CDATA? Using 
> document() is for XML docs only, but maybe some 
> vendor has made some extension to this common problem? All I 
> need is a CDATA copy-of of a file; no parsing or anything, a 
> pure copy.
> The text-input files are generated elsewhere, and I don't 
> have the option 
> to add XML-wrapper to it, nor making the little HTML inside XHTML.
> I *could* use ENTITIES and define these, but filenames come 
> in during parsing in a variable $filename, so it can't work 
> that way. Any ideas anyone?
> Alexander
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