On 09/26/2017 11:08 AM, Chris Bowditch (JIRA) wrote:


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Chris Bowditch commented on FOP-2741:
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The solution is to insert code point x55 into the XSL-FO, e.g.

(Taking the discussion out of JIRA...)

I disagree with this pretty vigorously.

The numeric character references in XML are *ALWAYS* to Unicode. 3 is an exclamation point; U is a capital Latin U. The fact that AFP has a different encoding is a problem for the output system to handle, not for the user to deal with. Your proposed solution would mean different input FO-XML for different outputs, which is against the whole point of XSL.

~Chris
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