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Re: Apoc from Chive

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  • maybenull
    paragraph one, line 3 on the Apoc (chive) homepage says Based on the excellent Apache FOP project ... . just found this interesting, havent used the assembly
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 18, 2003
      paragraph one, line 3 on the Apoc (chive) homepage says
      "Based on the excellent Apache FOP project ...". just found this
      interesting, havent used the assembly yet as im still at work and we
      dont use .net

      --- In XSL-FO@yahoogroups.com, "Chris Bowditch" <bowditch_chris@h...>
      wrote:
      > Dear List,
      >
      > After someone else mentioned the XSL-FO Renderer from Chive, I
      decided to
      > have a look. Chive say very little about the level of compliance
      with the
      > XSL spec on their website. They charge £699 ($999) per Server
      License, so
      > you should expect a decent level of compliance.
      >
      > However, when I ran the product the messages that I received using
      their
      > little test harness were identical to the output from FOP, e.g.
      >
      > [INFO] Building formatting object tree
      > [WARN] property - "reference-orientation" is not implemented yet.
      > [INFO] [1]
      > [ERROR] Error while creating area : Unable to retrieve graphic from
      > file:///H:/th/resources/egg_head.jpg : Could not find a part of the
      path
      > "H:\th\resources\egg_head.jpg".
      > [WARN] Unknown font EggBody,normal,normal so defaulted font to any
      >
      > etc
      >
      > In their Help file they do credit the Apache Foundation (but they
      fail to
      > mention which project they use software from!) I'm guessing that
      this is FOP
      > code thats been ported to .Net C#
      >
      > Chris
      >
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