Patrick Dean Rusk wrote:
I think it would be preferable to have a FOP option to output the
intermediate FO file that it uses in its processing, similar to the way many
compilers can output some of their intermediate files.
It's well-known feature request, see

Just today I've finally diagnosed a strangeness in my program to the fact
that using FOP to transform gives a different result sometimes than doing
the transform manually and following it with a FOP run on the .fo file.  In
my case, the difference was from having the following line in my XSL file:

	<xsl:output method="xml" indent="yes"/>

This is respected when doing the manual transform, but the FOP run seems to
treat it as "no".
Sure! There is no room for indentaion in SAX events stream and as there is no serialization altogether the whole <xsl:output> element is ignored (rememeber - it's just a hint according to the spec). And after all it's not FOP, but a XSLT processor.

Oleg Tkachenko
eXperanto team
Multiconn Technologies, Israel

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