Jeremias Maerki wrote:

> Yep, current CVS code generates working RTF code (on my machine). I've
> opened readme.fo (-->readme.rtf) in Wordpad and OpenOffice, for example.
> A big problem I can currently see is that all normal text has white
> color, so initially you see practically nothing. Selecting all text and
> applying black color brings the text to light. I can't comment on the
> coverage of the supported features (FO or RTF) but I think the code goes
> off in a good direction. Hopefully Peter Herweg or Betrand could comment
> here.
>
> On 15.11.2003 14:45:31 Glen Mazza wrote:
> > Incidentally, for 1.0, I had difficulty in getting RTF
> > to work with simple FO documents.  It seems to
> > generate an RTF-based script, but Windows isn't
> > accepting it on my machine. Wordpad just opens it up
> > as text, showing the underlying RTF script-code.  Has
> > anyone else tried the 1.0 RTF renderer?

I also can confirm that RTF is generally working out of 1.0. I haven't
tested it since the latest round of patches from Peter, but I can open them
in MS Word & they look fine except for features that aren't implemented.

Victor Mote

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