apart from problems getting character maps to work, do you really want to
use one here? the map seems to just be hex coding certain non ascii
characters, and that is more easily achieved by using
encoding="us-ascii" as the output encoding.
also don't do
you never need to declare the xpath function namespace, but if you do
want to use the syntax fn:contains() instead of contains() then that's
the wrong namespace in the final version of xpath2 the namespace used is
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