[NTG-context] xmlstrippednolines

Hans van der Meer havdmeer at ziggo.nl
Mon Sep 17 21:12:37 CEST 2018


This completely escapes me: \xmlstrippednolines behaves differently for:
(1) no embedded nodes - just the node content
(2) embedded nodes - outer node encloses node content
See the minimal example.

For me this works out a disaster, because in the second case the outer node is added, throwing my program completely off track.

Questions:
Is this the defined behaviour? Then what other means can be used to get the node content and nothing but the node content in both cases?
Why does \xmlstrippednolines behaves in this manner?

dr. Hans van der Meer

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