One could just as well output html from xslt, in the format supported by
word, the namespaces are as follows:
o="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" for office documents, this is
used for metadata, for example <o:Author>bry</o:Author>, it also holds such
information as <o:Pages> </o:Pages> <o:Characters></o:Characters> which is
not something to determine with xslt
w="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:word" the word format, I've never had
made use of this other than declaring it, since what I output is generally
just simple text.
the specific html dtd
use wscript to automate opening the output html with word, and saving to
From: Griffin Caprio [mailto:griffincaprio@...
Sent: 1. oktober 2001 17:18
Subject: Re: [XSL-FO] Creating Word-document ?
>On Monday 01 October 2001 00:40, becereus@... wrote:
> > Does there exist something like the FOP parser
> > but then for creating Word-documents
> > (or text-documents with pictures ? )
>jfor (www.jfor.org), an Open-Source XSL-FO to RTF converter, generates RTF
>documents for Word, including pictures.
More than likly, you are not going to find something to output .doc files.
The reason being is that the PDF format is open, the RTF spec is open, but
the DOC spec is far from it. It is the same problem that open source
projects have when trying to read and/or convert DOC files in their
programs. It's mostly guesswork. Some more research will have to be done
in mapping out the DOC format before it becomes fesible to create DOC's. Or
MS will have to open the format. Either way, your quickest solution for
right now is RTF output, like the processor above.
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