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[xsl] nodes() before and after a string delimiter

From: "Mario Madunic" <Mario_Madunic@--------.--->
To: <xsl-list@-----.------------.--->
Date: 10/28/2009 7:25:00 PM
I have the following element (I'm using Saxon9 and XSLT2)

<p>Crazing – Hairline cracking of the resin, giving it an opaque, <q>frosty</q> appearance.</p>

I need to break it into two halves like the following based on the – (space en dash space) and only the first  – (space en dash space).

<p>
   <term>Crazing</term>
   <definition>Hairline cracking of the resin, giving it an opaque, <q>frosty</q> appearance.</definition>
</p>

I’m used to breaking strings on delimiters and not worrying about any inline elements, but his time the inline elements matter. 
Is this a for-each-group solution? Break it into two for-each-groups and in the first test for a following-sibling[. = '–'] and the second test for the following-sibling[. = '–']. 

No need to apply templates at this point a copy-of will suffice.

Any insight would be appreciated.

Thanks

Marijan (Mario) Madunic
Publishing Specialist
New Flyer Industries

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