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From Stefan <stefan.rie...@telig.de>
Subject Re: ampersand (&amp;) handling in jspx - any workaround?
Date Wed, 14 Feb 2007 19:31:50 GMT
Christopher Schultz schrieb:
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> David,
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> David Smith wrote:
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>> Seems like these should be preserved instead of decoded when the output
>> is x/html.
>>     
>
> If the &'s were preserved, then how would you actually emit an '&'
> character?
>
> I think that the OP and the author of the rant against JSPXs are both
> attempting to ignore the fact that a JSPX is not simple another XML
> document. It's an XML document that generates another XML document.
> Given that, special attention ought to be paid to XML entities such as
> these.
>
> - -chris
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Hi Chris,
but where do I need a single "&" in the generated XML. That's forbidden 
a causes the problems. Can You come up a use case?

-- 
Stefan


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