--- "Townsend, Pete" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > Glen, > > I've had some interest in the renderer, in fact some > enhancement requests!
Yes, there's a lot of interest in this renderer, apparently, and with the more publicity, the more that that will increase. > The renderer currently supports raster fonts (these > tend to be the most > widely used) however I have a request to add outline > font capability, which > should be straight forward. > Be careful that you're working within the framework of XSL (i.e., using the relevant properties for this.) > Rather than keep adding files to the patch, I'll > create a project on > SourceForge. I'll use this to add enhancements and > also migrate the code to > 1.0 when a more stable build is available. > Sounds very good. Please learn the 1.0 rendering system as well--something I'm vague on--to help with porting it over. > I'd still like to see this renderer in the > mainstream project, so this will > give me a nursery area to enhance the renderer until > you feel it appropriate > to include the renderer in your code base. > We can include a link on our resources page. We're not too motivated to continue with 0.20.x series, it has "keep" property problems. > Once I have SourceForge project established I'd be > grateful if you could add > a link from the FOP pages. > Sure, that's what we have Web Maestro for. We don't pay him the big bucks for nothing! (Actually, we don't pay him anything, but thankfully he hasn't seemed to notice that yet. ;) Glen