I'm using saxon and using different character sets in my=20
xsl. My character set conversions are a bit more=20
complicated than what PluggableCharacterSet provides=20
because I have to change accented characters: =E1, =E9, =ED, =F3, =
to their nearest form if the character set can't render=20
them. The output of the example would be this: a, e, i, o,=20
u. Where is the best place in saxon to do this conversion?.
For transformation to SSML, where such subtleties are not
wanted, this would be very useful!
Is XSLT 2.0 right for this, in the output character map?
Could be a huge map.
Could be the same as is wanted here though.
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