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  • Oleg Tkachenko
    ... That s usual newbie mistake when working with XSLT. XSLT doesn t produce tags, but nodes and there is no half-a-node. As it s pure XSLT question, you d
    Message 1 of 6 , Apr 3, 2003
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      Daniel wrote:

      > In conditional block (xsl:if) i want to do a thing like: close
      > table, open another table (</fo:table><fo:table ...), is this possible
      > ??? I'm also interested with this problem in generating an xhtml file
      > (using the same block structure).
      That's usual newbie mistake when working with XSLT. XSLT doesn't produce tags,
      but nodes and there is no half-a-node.
      As it's pure XSLT question, you'd better ask on
      http://www.mulberrytech.com/xsl/xsl-list.
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      Oleg Tkachenko
      http://www.tkachenko.com/blog
      Multiconn Technologies, Israel
    • Xavier Robert
      Hello, I would like to add a chariot return in an element. I use and it works, but I don t think it s a good solution because
      Message 2 of 6 , Apr 3, 2003
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        Hello,

        I would like to add a chariot return in an <fo:inline> element. I use
        <fo:block /> and it works, but I don t think it s a good solution
        because <fo:inline> doesn t contain block.

        Does somedy know a better way to do that ?

        Thank you,

        Xavier



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      • G. Ken Holman
        ... Which seems fine to me. ... But 6.6.7 does allow block constructs in an inline ... what gave you the impression blocks were not allowed? ... Seems to me it
        Message 3 of 6 , Apr 3, 2003
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          At 2003-04-03 15:15 +0200, Xavier Robert wrote:
          >I would like to add a chariot return in an <fo:inline> element. I use
          ><fo:block /> and it works,

          Which seems fine to me.

          >but I don t think it s a good solution
          >because <fo:inline> doesn t contain block.

          But 6.6.7 does allow block constructs in an inline ... what gave you the
          impression blocks were not allowed?

          >Does somedy know a better way to do that ?

          Seems to me it is a perfectly acceptable thing to do.

          ................. Ken

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        • Xavier Robert
          Ok thanks Ken. I read that on the Web : Look at this : http://www.ibiblio.org/xml/books/bible2/chapters/ch18.html#d1e6289 “It cannot contain block-level
          Message 4 of 6 , Apr 3, 2003
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            Ok thanks Ken.

            I read that on the Web :



            Look at this :
            http://www.ibiblio.org/xml/books/bible2/chapters/ch18.html#d1e6289

            “It cannot contain block-level elements.”



            And in your article inline contains only text

            Schema :

            http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2002/03/20/xsl-fo.html?page=4

            “The nesting of the hierarchy of the formatting objects in the example
            page :”













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            De : G. Ken Holman [mailto:gkholman@...]
            Envoyé : jeudi 3 avril 2003 16:00
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            Objet : Re: [XSL-FO] <fo:block />



            At 2003-04-03 15:15 +0200, Xavier Robert wrote:
            >I would like to add a chariot return in an <fo:inline> element. I use
            ><fo:block /> and it works,

            Which seems fine to me.

            >but I don t think it s a good solution
            >because <fo:inline> doesn t contain block.

            But 6.6.7 does allow block constructs in an inline ... what gave you the

            impression blocks were not allowed?

            >Does somedy know a better way to do that ?

            Seems to me it is a perfectly acceptable thing to do.

            ................. Ken

            --
            Upcoming hands-on in-depth XSLT/XPath and/or XSL-FO
            North America: June 16-20, 2003

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          • G. Ken Holman
            ... That is in error, supported by my citation earlier of 6.6.7. ... It happens to be true in the example but not in general ... I apologize if my wording
            Message 5 of 6 , Apr 3, 2003
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              At 2003-04-03 16:16 +0200, you wrote:
              >I read that on the Web :
              >
              >Look at this :
              >http://www.ibiblio.org/xml/books/bible2/chapters/ch18.html#d1e6289
              >
              >"It cannot contain block-level elements."

              That is in error, supported by my citation earlier of 6.6.7.

              >And in your article inline contains only text
              >
              >Schema :
              >
              >http://www.xml.com/pub/a/2002/03/20/xsl-fo.html?page=4
              >
              >"The nesting of the hierarchy of the formatting objects in the example
              >page :"

              It happens to be true "in the example" but not in general ... I apologize
              if my wording conveyed the impression that it was true in general, as it
              was only my intention to cite the example being given.

              ................... Ken


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