Re: xml to pdf with fop
David Tolpin writes: > Yes, you are right. PassiveTeX is yet another opportunity, > although installing the right version of TeX is a bit > prohibiting for a casual user. Besides that, I didn't find > at the site mentioned a definitive list of what is supported > and what is not by the formatter. If it were possible to check true. I need to make a formal list. I downloaded most of the renderx stuff today, and am depressed to see how far they have got! I'll use the test file as a meter for PassiveTeX, and put up the PassiveTeX version so that you can compare. > it would help a lot to estimate it's full-featuredness. > Unfortunately, the only xsl fo available as an example of > PassiveTeX's functionality is not an XSL FO, since it contains > 'custom' elements (fotex:bookmark). which are declared with a namespace correctly, surely? sebastian XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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