Re: XSL FO conformance
Paul Grosso writes: > >"extended". But Appendix C does not do the same for properties. Is > >there a list somewhere which I have missed? > > See "C.3 Property Table: Part II", the fifth column of that table. fifth column? I only see 3. I assume Netscape has failed to print the subsequent ones.... grrr. <irony>any chance of a version of the XSL FO spec produced using a decent XSL FO engine?</irony> > The OASIS (nee SGML Open) Exchange Table Model  that is one of the > most widely implemented ones includes table headers but not table > footers. So in this case, it might not be "able to implement" > issues, but "already deployed software, interfaces, documents, > and user-education" issues that put table-footer in the extended > category. Certainly, that is my position. thanks. I will not say I agree with the philosophy (!), but now I understand. > list-item-body." I believe that is intended to mean that *some* > implementation of list-item-label (i.e., that described as the fallback) > must be implemented in all (e.g., basic) implementations, but the full > semantic (that also handles multi-line labels) is an extended feature. ok, thats fine. i am now clearer on this bit sebastian XSL-List info and archive: http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list
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