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Re: [xsl] Unescaping CDATA and turning it into a variable?

2019-06-12 10:02:47
On 12.06.2019 16:51, rus tle profrustyleafiii(_at_)yahoo(_dot_)co(_dot_)uk 
Hello List,

Given a node such as this...

<![CDATA[This is some<spanclass="meta"cid="0”>cheese</span> and

If I use disable-output-escaping:


It renders with the "markup":

I love <spanclass="meta"cid="0”>cheese</span> and

Which is great. Happy.

But I need to target the spans and the span content and use it elsewhere
in the stylesheet. Is it possible to extract the text with “markup” as a
variable or a parameter so I can re-use it before rendering?

Ideally I would have something like…


In XSLT 3 you can use
  <xsl:variable name="markup" select="parse-xml-fragment(Fragment)"/>
to have the variable bound to the result of parsing the string value of
the Fragment element as an XML fragment.

Then you can use XPath or apply-templates, as with any nodes.
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