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From Assaf Arkin <>
Subject Re: disable-output-escaping
Date Tue, 08 Feb 2000 21:10:26 GMT
> Perhaps we could make this optional somehow.  Assaf, is this PI something
> you might be convinced to support?  I notice you do support unescaping in
> the serializers, so maybe we just need to come up with a convention for DOM
> nodes?

For SAX you need to use PI or generate the proper events (which are not
defined in the SAX API, so I advise against them).

I will certainly support a PI to do that, people have been asking for it
for quite a while.

> BTW, while I'm looking at the Cocoon code, the way Cocoon is currently set
> up, I don't see how any of the xsl:output options are supported.  But I
> could be misreading the code?

Not supported as far as I know. We've been running into many issues with
encoding, etc. But Pier is in the office next to me, so I'll twist his
arm until he supports it :-)

> Any ideas on how to better support this would certainly be welcome.  But,
> Mike, the bottom line is I don't see how you can do this right now without
> changing code in Cocoon.  Assaf or Stefano might have some ideas.  Someone
> must have run into this before now.
> -scott
>                     Mike Engelhart
>                     <mengelhart@eart        To:
>           >              cc:     (bcc: Scott Boag/CAM/Lotus)
>                                             Subject:     Re: disable-output-escaping
>                     02/07/00 11:48
>                     PM
>                     Please respond
>                     to cocoon-dev
> Scott Boag/CAM/Lotus wrote:
> >
> > Yes, it is supported in Xalan, and through some nasty tricks, it should
> be
> > supported in the DOM configuration of Cocoon.  It does this by sneaking
> in
> > a PI in the DOM tree.  If they are using a non-xalan serializer for the
> > (i.e. the Xerces serializer), this may not work.
> Since I have the default Xerces configuration of Cocoon, is there any way
> around this?
> > Do you mean, instead of getting "<TABLE" you are getting "&lt;TABLE"?
> >
> Yep...
> Mike

Assaf Arkin                                 
CTO, Exoffice Technologies, Inc.              

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