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Re: Re: producing php with xslt
> If the "processing instruction" has to go in an attribute, you can't
> create XML, since XML doesn't allow that.
> Back to square one. Create it as a literal string with
> disable-output-escaping. Be aware that the result won't be XML, and
> a conforming XML processor will refuse to handle it. (Your PHP
> processor might be okay with it though; I can't speak to that.)
Note that the 'it' that you have to create as a literal string is the
entire start tag of the element (and the end tag too) since you can't
have text that's had output escaping disabled within an attribute
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