At 07:03 17-09-2001, Hugues REROLLE wrote:
>Do you know why the caractere œ (e in the o)  doesn't work under FOP.

This isn't a FOP problem, but an XML misunderstanding.

Numerical character references, like œ, are *always* references to a 
Unicode code point.  In Unicode, character 156 is one of the C1 controls.

The lowercase o-e ligature is œ, or œ.

In the Windows western European character set, codepage 1252, the o-e 
ligature is character 156.  Do not use that as a reference for Unicode; it 
is identical in the 0-127 and 160-255 ranges, but is entirely different in 

Christopher R. Maden, Principal Consultant, HMM Consulting Int'l, Inc.
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