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The regex attribute in xsl:analyze-string is an AVT, so the value can be constructed at run-time.

However, I think I would use a completely different approach. First turn each line into an element node, then group adjacent lines having the same indentation: use xsl:for-each-group group-adjacent="f:indent(.)" where f:indent() counts the number of leading spaces in a string.

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