use-revolution Digest, Vol 10, Issue 109

Terry Judd tsj at
Wed Jul 28 17:46:34 CDT 2004

> From: Mark Brownell <gizmotron at>
> Date: 29 July 2004 12:42:21 AM
> To: How to use Revolution <use-revolution at>
> Subject: Re: padding out revXMLText
> Reply-To: How to use Revolution <use-revolution at>
> On Tuesday, July 27, 2004, at 09:20 PM, Terry Judd wrote:
>> I've noticed that revXMLText strips out any padding (tabs or spaces) 
>> between elements.  How do I go about replacing these should I want to 
>> write out the XML after editing it (or creating new XML from scratch 
>> for that matter) other than by parsing the entire tree and adding 
>> padding on an element by element basis?
>> Anyone tackled this already?
>> Terry...
> I put everything into this one stack example regarding pull-parsers 
> and markup transformation. It's an XML like form of extensible markup 
> manipulation.  It uses a not well formed structure but the principles 
> of what you need are utilized with functions and button requests. 
> Perhaps you could get it to do what you need.

Mark - Interesting stuff but I'm locked into bog standard xml with this 
> Be happy in your work,
> Mark



Dr Terry Judd
Lecturer in Educational Technology (Design)
Biomedical Multimedia Unit
Facutly of Medicine, Dentistry & Health Sciences
The University of Melbourne

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