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  1.1                  xml-fop/docs/examples/markers/glossary.xml
  
  Index: glossary.xml
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  <?xml version="1.0"?>
  <glossary>
  <term-entry>
        <term>basic-link</term>
        <definition>The fo:basic-link is used for representing the start resource
        of a simple link.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>bidi-override</term>
        <definition>The fo:bidi-override inline formatting object is used where
        it is necessary to override the default Unicode-bidirectionality
        algorithm direction for different (or nested) inline scripts in
        mixed-language documents.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>block</term>
        <definition>The fo:block formatting object is commonly used for formatting
        paragraphs, titles, headlines, figure and table captions, etc.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>block-container</term>
        <definition>The fo:block-container flow object is used to generate a
         block-level reference-area.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>character</term>
        <definition>The fo:character flow object represents a character that is
         mapped to a glyph for presentation.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>color-profile</term>
        <definition>Used to declare a color profile for a stylesheet.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>conditional-page-master-reference</term>
        <definition>The fo:conditional-page-master-reference
         is used to identify a page-master that is to be used when the conditions
         on its use are satisfied.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>declarations</term>
        <definition>Used to group global declarations for a stylesheet.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>external-graphic</term>
        <definition>The fo:external-graphic flow object is used for a graphic
         where the graphics data resides outside of the XML result tree in the
         fo namespace.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>float</term>
        <definition>The fo:float serves two purposes. It can be used so that during the
         normal placement of content, some related content is formatted into a
         separate area at beginning of the page (or of some following page) where
         it is available to be read without immediately intruding on the reader.
         Alternatively, it can be used when an area is intended to float to one
         side, with normal content flowing alongside.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>flow</term>
        <definition>The content of the fo:flow formatting object is a sequence
        of flow objects that provides the flowing text content that is distributed
        into pages.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>footnote</term>
        <definition>The fo:footnote is used to produce a footnote citation and the
        corresponding footnote.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>footnote-body</term>
        <definition>The fo:footnote-body is used to generate the content of the
        footnote.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>initial-property-set</term>
        <definition>The fo:initial-property-set specifies formatting properties
        for the first line of an fo:block.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>inline</term>
        <definition>The fo:inline formatting object is commonly used for
        formatting a portion of text with a background or enclosing it in a
        border.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>inline-container</term>
        <definition>The fo:inline-container flow object is used to generate an
        inline reference-area.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>instream-foreign-object</term>
        <definition>The fo:instream-foreign-object flow object is used for an
        inline graphic or other "generic" object where the object data resides
        as descendants of the fo:instream-foreign-object.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>layout-master-set</term>
        <definition>The fo:layout-master-set is a wrapper around all masters used
        in the document.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>leader</term>
        <definition>The fo:leader formatting object is used to generate leaders
        consisting either of a rule or of a row of a repeating character or
        cyclically repeating pattern of characters that may be used for connecting
        two text formatting objects.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>list-block</term>
        <definition>The fo:list-block flow object is used to format a 
list.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>list-item</term>
        <definition>The fo:list-item formatting object contains the label and the
        body of an item in a list.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>list-item-body</term>
        <definition>The fo:list-item-body formatting object contains the content
        of the body of a list-item.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>list-item-label</term>
        <definition>The fo:list-item-label formatting object contains the content
        of the label of a list-item; typically used to either enumerate, identify,
        or adorn the list-item's body.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>marker</term>
        <definition>The fo:marker is used in conjunction with fo:retrieve-marker
        to produce running headers or footers.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>multi-case</term>
        <definition>The fo:multi-case is used to contain (within an fo:multi-switch)
        each alternative sub-tree of formatting objects among which the parent
        fo:multi-switch will choose one to show and will hide the rest.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>multi-properties</term>
        <definition>The fo:multi-properties is used to switch between two or more
        property sets that are associated with a given portion of content.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>multi-property-set</term>
        <definition>The fo:multi-property-set is used to specify an alternative
        set of formatting properties that, dependent on a User Agent state, are
        applied to the content. </definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>multi-switch</term>
        <definition>The fo:multi-switch wraps the specification of alternative
        sub-trees of formatting objects (each sub-tree being within an
        fo:multi-case), and controls the switching (activated via fo:multi-toggle)
        from one alternative to another. </definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>multi-toggle</term>
        <definition>The fo:multi-toggle is used within an fo:multi-case to switch
        to another fo:multi-case.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>page-number</term>
        <definition>The fo:page-number formatting object is used to represent the
        current page-number.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>page-number-citation</term>
        <definition>The fo:page-number-citation is used to reference the
        page-number for the page containing the first normal area returned by the
        cited formatting object.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>page-sequence</term>
        <definition>The fo:page-sequence formatting object is used to specify how
        to create a (sub-)sequence of pages within a document; for example, a
        chapter of a report. The content of these pages comes from flow children
        of the fo:page-sequence.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>page-sequence-master</term>
        <definition>The fo:page-sequence-master specifies sequences of page-masters
        that are used when generating a sequence of pages.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>region-after</term>
        <definition>This region defines a viewport that is located on the "after"
        side of fo:region-body region. </definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>region-before</term>
        <definition>This region defines a viewport that is located on the "before"
        side of fo:region-body region.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>region-body</term>
        <definition>This region specifies a viewport/reference pair that is located
        in the "center" of the fo:simple-page-master.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>region-end</term>
        <definition>This region defines a viewport that is located on the "end"
        side of fo:region-body region.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>region-start</term>
        <definition>This region defines a viewport that is located on the "start"
        side of fo:region-body region.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>repeatable-page-master-alternatives</term>
        <definition>An fo:repeatable-page-master-alternatives specifies a
        sub-sequence consisting of repeated instances of a set of alternative
        page-masters. The number of repetitions may be bounded or potentially
        unbounded.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>repeatable-page-master-reference</term>
        <definition>An fo:repeatable-page-master-reference specifies a sub-sequence
        consisting of repeated instances of a single page-master. The number of
        repetitions may be bounded or potentially unbounded.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>retrieve-marker</term>
        <definition>The fo:retrieve-marker is used in conjunction with fo:marker
        to produce running headers or footers.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>root</term>
        <definition>The fo:root node is the top node of an XSL result tree. This
        tree is composed of formatting objects.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>simple-page-master</term>
        <definition>The fo:simple-page-master is used in the generation of pages
        and specifies the geometry of the page. The page may be subdivided into
        up to five regions.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>single-page-master-reference</term>
        <definition>An fo:single-page-master-reference specifies a sub-sequence
        consisting of a single instance of a single page-master.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>static-content</term>
        <definition>The fo:static-content formatting object holds a sequence or a
        tree of formatting objects that is to be presented in a single region or
        repeated in like-named regions on one or more pages in the page-sequence.
        Its common use is for repeating or running headers and footers.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>table</term>
        <definition>The fo:table flow object is used for formatting the tabular
        material of a table.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>table-and-caption</term>
        <definition>The fo:table-and-caption flow object is used for formatting a
        table together with its caption.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>table-body</term>
        <definition>The fo:table-body formatting object is used to contain the
        content of the table body.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>table-caption</term>
        <definition>The fo:table-caption formatting object is used to contain
        block-level formatting objects containing the caption for the table only
        when using the fo:table-and-caption.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>table-cell</term>
        <definition>The fo:table-cell formatting object is used to group content to
        be placed in a table cell.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>table-column</term>
        <definition>The fo:table-column formatting object specifies characteristics
        applicable to table cells that have the same column and span.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>table-footer</term>
        <definition>The fo:table-footer formatting object is used to contain the
        content of the table footer.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>table-header</term>
        <definition>The fo:table-header formatting object is used to contain the
        content of the table header.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>table-row</term>
        <definition>The fo:table-row formatting object is used to group table-cells
        into rows.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>title</term>
        <definition>The fo:title formatting object is used to associate a title with
        a given document. This title may be used by an interactive User Agent to
        identify the document. For example, the content of the fo:title can be
        formatted and displayed in a "title" window or in a "tool tip".</definition>
  </term-entry>
  <term-entry>
        <term>wrapper </term>
        <definition>The fo:wrapper formatting object is used to specify inherited
        properties for a group of formatting objects. It has no additional
        formatting semantics.</definition>
  </term-entry>
  </glossary>
  
  
  
  
  
  
  1.1                  xml-fop/docs/examples/markers/glossary.xsl
  
  Index: glossary.xsl
  ===================================================================
  <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
  <xsl:stylesheet
        xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform";
        xmlns:fo="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Format";
        version="1.0">
        
  <xsl:template match="glossary">
  <fo:root xmlns:fo="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Format";>
  
        <fo:layout-master-set>
  
      <fo:simple-page-master master-name="all"
                page-height="11.5in" page-width="8.5in"
          margin-top="1in" margin-bottom="1in" 
          margin-left="0.75in" margin-right="0.75in">
                <fo:region-body margin-top="1in" margin-bottom="0.75in"/>
                <fo:region-before extent="0.75in"/>
                <fo:region-after extent="0.5in"/>
        </fo:simple-page-master>
  
        </fo:layout-master-set>
  
        <fo:page-sequence master-name="all" format="i">
  
      <!-- header with running glossary entries -->
      <fo:static-content flow-name="xsl-region-before">
                <fo:block text-align="start" 
                        font-size="10pt" font-family="serif" line-height="1em + 2pt">
            <fo:retrieve-marker retrieve-class-name="term"
                        retrieve-boundary="page"
                        retrieve-position="first-starting-within-page"/>
                <fo:leader leader-alignment="reference-area" leader-pattern="dots"
                        leader-length="4in"/>
            <fo:retrieve-marker retrieve-class-name="term"
                        retrieve-boundary="page"
                        retrieve-position="last-ending-within-page"/>
        </fo:block>
      </fo:static-content> 
  
      <fo:static-content flow-name="xsl-region-after">
                <fo:block text-align="start" 
                        font-size="10pt" font-family="serif" line-height="1em + 2pt">
                        Page (<fo:page-number/>)
        </fo:block>
      </fo:static-content> 
  
      <fo:flow flow-name="xsl-region-body">
                <xsl:apply-templates select="term-entry"/>
        </fo:flow>
        </fo:page-sequence>
  </fo:root>
  </xsl:template>
  
  <xsl:template match="term-entry">
        <fo:block text-align="start" font-size="12pt" font-family="sans-serif">
                <xsl:apply-templates select="term"/>
                <xsl:apply-templates select="definition"/>
        </fo:block>
  </xsl:template>
  
  <xsl:template match="term">
        <fo:block color="blue" space-before.optimum="3pt"><fo:marker
                marker-class-name="term"><xsl:value-of select="."/></fo:marker>
                <xsl:value-of select="."/>
        </fo:block>
  </xsl:template>
  
  <xsl:template match="definition">
        <fo:block text-align="start" start-indent="2em">
                <xsl:value-of select="."/>
        </fo:block>
  </xsl:template>
  
  </xsl:stylesheet>
  
  
  
  

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