RE: [XSL-FO] RE: XSL-FO - RDFM
- you can generate any xml compliant language via xml/xsl-t including more
xml/xsl-t, can also produce text files, html, html like languages, i.e
non-xml compliant although I've always thought that was an ugly hack, any
text based document such as sql, etc. etc., and of course xsl-fo
From: Zinssner Vincent [mailto:zinssner.vincent@...]
Sent: 28. maj 2001 10:54
To: 'Bruno Wenger'
Subject: [XSL-FO] RE: XSL-FO - RDFM
So the answer of my question is NO.
I can't generate anything else than PDF using XSL-FO/FOP, or HTML using
I'm certain that it will no longer stay there !!! because, what is the
interest of a standard desctiption of representation if only one format is
Young techno, so waiting....
From: Bruno Wenger [mailto:wenger@...]
Sent: Friday, May 25, 2001 2:56 PM
Subject: XSL-FO - RDFM
I suggest you first do some reading.
A brief overview about the apache FOP project
can be found under: http://xml.apache.org/fop/index.html
.. interested in a general view over XSL-FO?
Here we go: http://www.w3.org/Style/XSL/
an XSL-FO introduction?
XSL and XSL-FO are in a very early stage of their (hopefully) long livespan.
There are only few relatively uncomplete products available by now.
If you want to produce HTML-Pages I would coose XML for the data and CSS for
presentation. If some transformation is needed, you should have a look at
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