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From Joerg Heinicke <jheini...@virbus.de>
Subject Re: Special Chars in HTML Output
Date Thu, 23 Oct 2003 22:23:32 GMT
<![CDATA[ 1 < 2 ]]>
and
           1 &lt; 2

should be handled the same way - and both work for em.

Though I prefer also the external scripts.

Joerg

On 24.10.2003 00:15, Horsfield, Peter A. wrote:

> I think you missed the problem Joerg.
> 
> No one wants to code 
> 
> if(1 &lt; 2)
> 
> Brent wants his scripts untouched.
> 
> Solution: external scripts.
> 
> All the best,
> 
> Peter
> 
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Joerg Heinicke [mailto:jheinicke@virbus.de]
> Sent: Thursday, October 23, 2003 6:13 PM
> To: users@cocoon.apache.org
> Subject: Re: Special Chars in HTML Output
> 
> 
> Hello Brent,
> 
> it works for me by default.
> 
> <script type="text/javascript">
>    function test() {
>      if (1 &lt; 2) {}
>    }
> </script>
> 
> in the stylesheet is converted to (1 < 2) in the HTML output when using 
> the HTML serializer. This is with Cocoon 2.1 and Xalan 2.5.1. I have 
> neither configured something special in xsl:output nor the serializer 
> declaration.
> 
> Joerg
> 
> On 23.10.2003 16:43, Brent L Johnson wrote:
> 
> 
>>That does make since that it wouldnt escape the
>>chars between script tags.  So I checked my sitemap file
>>and I was indeed serializing to xhtml - so I changed it
>>to html and I'm still having the same problem.
>>
>>    <map:match pattern="index.html">
>>        <map:generate src="welcome.xml"/>
>>        <map:transform src="resources/styles/xsl/welcome.xsl"
>>type="xslt"/>
>>        <map:serialize type="html"/>
>>    </map:match>
>>
>>Pretty straightforward.  I'll dig through the docs related
>>to the serializer and see what I find.
>>
>>Here's a portion of the XSL file:
>>
>><xsl:template match="welcome">
>>...
>>      <script language="Javascript">
>>      <![CDATA[
>>          function checkAgree() {
>>              if (2 > 1) {
>>                  alert('DOH!');
>>              }
>>          }
>>      ]]>
>>      </script>
>>...
>>
>>Thanks,
>>
>>- Brent
>>
>>
>>
>>>Probably you want to look at some details on HTML vs. XML 
>>>output methods of xslt - 
>>>http://www.w3.org/TR/xslt#section-HTML-Output-Method . 
>>>Relevant info there looks something like this: 
>>>________________________________________________
>>>The html output method should not perform escaping for the 
>>>content of the script and style elements. For example, a 
>>>literal result element written in the stylesheet as
>>>
>>><script>if (a &lt; b) foo()</script>
>>>or
>>>
>>><script><![CDATA[if (a < b) foo()]]></script>
>>>should be output as
>>>
>>><script>if (a < b) foo()</script>
>>>The html output method should not escape < characters 
>>>occurring in attribute values. 
>>>________________________________________________
>>>
>>>So, simple solution would be changing map:serialize from xml 
>>>or xhtml to html. If it doesn't work for you, then probably 
>>>you could try some analogy of <xsl:output 
>>>cdata-section-elements="script"/> by modifying settings for 
>>>your map:serialize / map:serializer - I can't give you 
>>>details for that, try to find it in docs for XMLSerializer.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>>I'll say sorry up front - I'm sure this is a newbie thats been 
>>>>answered a hundred times on this list.  The search terms 
>>>
>>>are so vague 
>>>
>>>
>>>>that I don't get any good results from searching around on the 
>>>>internet.
>>>>
>>>>Pretty simple - I've got Javascript in my XSL file that
>>>>needs a less-than symbol.  I've got the Javascript wrapped 
>>>
>>>in a CDATA 
>>>
>>>
>>>>section.. but thats getting converted to &lt; in the code.
>>>>
>>>>How can I prevent this?
>>>
>>>Probably somebody from advanced cocooners can provide better 
>>>details / comment / solution for this problem - I also would 
>>>be very interested in that.
>>>
>>>
>>>
>>>>Thanks,
>>>>
>>>>- Brent
>>>
>>>Thanks,
>>>Ru
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