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Javascript file handling in Tapestry 3.0.3  RSS feed

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Hi all,

it seems the javascript .js file has to be treated as xml in Tapestry

But sine my .js file has been writen into xml and all javascript
functions are inside <![CDATA[]], the .js file becomes unavailable for
html impression edit and view.

I don't want to maintain two copies of .js file, one for html edit and
view which is the typical javascript file, another one is for Tapestry
which writen in xml format.

I tried to use xml external entity to include the plain .js file to a
xml which used by Tapestry. But it seems I cannot put the xml external
entity to <![CDATA[]> since the .js file is not a xml file, there are
some special characters inside likes &.

So how can I handle javascript file in Tapestry application? Is it
possible to only keep on javascript file copy which can be used for
both hml edit and Tapestry?

Best regards,
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