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Subject: Different encoding in XML and XSL.
This may a generic XSL question.. But I've hit upon it when evaluating docbook xsls.. So I'm posting it here.. I'm evaluating if docbook can fit our needs here.. We probably will have our custom XSL which would include/import docbook xsls. The input XML to my xsl can have varying encodings (charset).. So the question is: 1. How does the docbook xsl behave if the XML encoding is different from the XSL.. 2. I also see the localization xml files (en.xml) in the docbook-xsl distribution.. The encoding is set to US-ASCII.. So in effect, I could have my XML document coming in as "windows-1252", the en.xml file would have encoding set to "US-ASCII" and my xsl will most likely be "UTF-8". How is the behavior determined in this case.. The general question is, if someone could point to understand the XML/XSL processor behavior in handling various encodings, that would be immensely appreciated. Regards. -- Rajal