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From "Lars Huttar" <lars_hut...@sil.org>
Subject 'sed'-like transformer in Cocoon?
Date Wed, 24 Dec 2003 18:10:02 GMT
Hi all,

Please cc: responses to me personally, as they may otherwise get
lost in the high volume of this list.

We have some data in a database that is accessed by a Cocoon
application for output to web pages.
This data contains ASCII character combinations to represent
non-ASCII characters, such as the two-character string "a#"
to represent a-with-acute-accent.

One option for dealing with this would be using a sed-like
transformer to do fixed string substitutions such as
   s/a#/&#x00e1;/g
on text nodes in an XML document.
This would make it very easy to translate the data
on its way into Cocoon, in a way controlled by the sitemap.

Does such a transformer exist for Cocoon?

Thanks,
Lars


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