[jdom-interest] Question about CR/LF Handling
paul at hoplahup.net
Thu Dec 5 07:30:25 PST 2013
I think you have two strategies:
- sniff it inside, to inquire if it's one of sorts of line endings. This is pretty easy.
- work in close collaboration with the sax locator so that you can map back things when you are handed a piece of text (hard, but would be complete).
On 5 déc. 2013, at 10:41, Dr. Klemens Waldhör <klemens.waldhoer at heartsome.de> wrote:
> I am using JDOM in the open source project openTMS mainly to parse Xliff
> files . One problem I run into now is that I find no way how to keep
> carriage return (CR) / line feed (LF) exactly in the same way as they are in
> the original xml file once I write a copy of the possible modified file to
> the XMLOutputter.
> What I would like to have is:
> "Text CR text LF text CR LF text"
> Is exactly copied as it is to the output. And not changed to "Text LF text
> LF text LF text" depending on some setting. I know what the XML spec says
> about this, anyway I need the original characters.
> Anything I can do about it?
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