1144RE: [XSL-FO] Would anyone find a Word to XSL-FO converter useful?
- Dec 3, 2001I'm wondering which would be easier, a Word to XSL-FO converter, or an xsl-t
chained transformation that converts the OpenOffice 6.0 .sxw formats
content.xml into a (pure) XSL-FO? I've noticed the fo namespace is
referenced in the root node, although it's only used for some things, such
From: Eric Smith [mailto:eric@...]
Sent: 1. december 2001 19:12
Subject: Re: [XSL-FO] Would anyone find a Word to XSL-FO converter
Here is an existing one:
According to shweenus@... on Fri, Nov 30, 2001 at 10:06:25PM -0000:
> I have been working on a Word 97, 2000, XP document to XSL-FO--
> converter. Would anyone find this to be useful? I am wondering
> because I've reached a point where I am beginning to wonder if it is
> worth the frustration.
> Right now my converter will do everything EXCEPT footnotes, text boxes
> (not sure if xsl-fo even supports this), graphics, annotations,
> comments, bookmarks, and Form fields.
> Originally, I thought it would be a good way to learn XSL-FO. Just
> trying to get some feedback before I go any further with this. By the
> way it is written in pure java.
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Eric Smith - currently using xalan and fop on linux
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