Re: [xslt] xhtml output

On Thu, 2002-11-28 at 00:38, Le grande pinguin wrote:
> On Wed, Nov 27, 2002 at 10:14:44PM +0100, Daniel Stodden wrote:
> > hi.
> > 
> > is anyone constructively working on an xhtml output provider for
> > libxml2?
> > 
> > i mean xhtml 1.0-compat according to appendix c of the specification.
> Which specification? 

usb 2.0.

scnr :o)

what i mean is xhtml-1.0 app. C:

the current xslt-2.0 draft introduces a special output method for this
task: <xsl:output method="xhtml"/>. again, see on this matter.

basically, xhtml describes two different serializations schemes:
     1. plain xml, which is delivered to browsers as
        application/xhtml+xml. thats what you get with method="xml".
     2. backwards-compatible xml. the thing you write if you want xml
        but a chance to have e.g. the old netscape 4.x series parser not
        choke on input. e.g. writing <br /> instead of <br/>. valid xml
        for sgml-oriented parsers. this can be delivered as text/html.

mozilla's support for xhtml+xml is not yet complete enough for my
purposes. pushing just xml as html confuses even mozilla, and always

html? boring. :)
so the standard way would be the above compat mode.
libxslt in cvs currently seems to have some hooks in place, but
nonfunctional yet. so i thought somebody might already be working on it.



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