Re: [xml] xmlParseChunk and quotes

On Fri, Aug 16, 2013 at 4:47 PM, j j  wrote:


I'm using xmlParseChunk function to parse the following xml
fragment. xmlParseChunk takes is as input.

... <car color="id=&quot;43&quot;"> ...

the resulting attribute is as follows:

How can I force xmlParseChunk not to encode &quot; as " and leave it intact. I
would expect the following resulting attribute:


Hi j j,
When your XML contains   color="id=&quot;43&quot;"
then the name of the attribute is "color" and the value of the
attribute is the following seven characters.

i d = " 4 3 "

Since this is now a C string, not XML source, you get the value that
&quot; represents, i.e. a double-quote character. It is
xmlParseChunk's job to make this transformation.


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