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I hope this is not too much of a niche question, but I imagine many of you are far more seasoned oXygen users than I am.
Iâm writing documentation into an XML schema using xs:annotation and xs:documentation and oXygen outputs that beautifully.
Now, if I want to just extract the content of the xs:documentation tags as plain text for an ad-hoc use e.g. pasting into a Word doc that can be reviewed, commented etc.?
Conversely, if Iâd like to generate just the outer XML without any xs:annotation and xs:documentation tags?
Would it be too optimistic to think that there might be some tried and tested XML stylesheets available for these purposes? I donât see this being technically intractable. Just asking before I reinvent this wheel.
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