Andreas L. Delmelle wrote:
> Not only that. The use-case he described doesn't seem at all 
> far-fetched.
> Imagine FOP/FOray/Defoe having an AWT renderer that displays 
> an editable XSL-FO in one window, the rendered result in the 
> other, and allows for updates/modifications made in the first 
> to be --as fast as reasonably
> possible-- reflected in the rendered version, without having 
> to render the whole --possibly very large-- document anew 
> every time. Those who are not at least a little curious about 
> this, may now leave :-)

Yes. You might be interested in:

Victor Mote

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