You can do the page "1/(total nb of pages)" using some "last block 
reference". I mean you can generate a block with a special id, like 
"my-very-last-paragraph" within the last page. then, you can use a 
page-number-citation that refers to your "my-very-last-paragraph" block.

as for the last FOP dist, I have the very same question you ask ... where 
is the last REC dist ?

Hope that helps


At 11:46 07/01/2002 -0500, you wrote:
>I'm sorry if this topic has been addressed before, but I couldn't find it in
>the archives -- can FOP render page numbers as "page 1/(n[total number of
>Also, the index page at states "The latest version of Fop
>is 0.20.2 and it supports the xsl:fo XSL-FO Version 1.0 W3C Recommendation"
>(with a link to XSL1.0), but the distribution directory lists the download
>as Fop-0.20.2RC with a date of 29-Sep-2001 (which, when I downloaded it in
>September, still used the CR syntax).  Has this file been updated to use the
>Rec syntax, or is that available from CVS, or is this a typo?
>Thanks in advance,

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