Errr...this came across as harsher-sounding than I
would have liked.

If the API has some convenient ways for the user to
specify multiple output types for a single xsl-fo
stream, that should be fine.

Glen

--- Glen Mazza <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> <victor quote>
> 
> [Responding to Jeremias here] Or, better yet IMO,
> into
> a RenderType 
> object
> that is a child or grandchild of the Document, so
> that
> there can be 
> multiple
> RenderTypes for the same Document.
> 
> </victor quote>
> 
> I can understand enhancements for logging and
> threading, but multiple RenderTypes for the same
> Document appears to be Cocoon's department, not
> ours. 
> 
> 
> We're at a level below that, very similar to Xalan:
> 
> Xalan input: xml document, xslt stylesheet
> Xalan output: document
> 
> FOP input:  xml (xsl-fo namespace) document, render
> type
> FOP output: document
> 
> Given that our Area tree is renderer-specific, and
> since the area tree creation is tightly bound to fo
> tree creation--I think any internal implementation
> we
> would have of multiple rendering types would just
> involve running FOP once for each rendering type. 
> If
> so, perhaps this is best left with Cocoon.
> 
> Glen
> 
> 
> 
>
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