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Subject:  Re: rtflib independance from FOP (continued) + JAFOG
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Please continue on the other thread from now on, I'm trying to close this one! 

Jeremias Maerki <dev.jeremias <at>> writes:
> As long as you preserve the existing functionality, you're free to
> propose any changes. If the RTF library is useful without XSL-FO, that's
> absolutely fine and we can make sure in the future that it stays that
> way.


> JFOR has been integrated in FOP, so FOP is no[w] the most up-to-date
> version.

OK, now I just need to use SVN or get the confirmation that the snapshots are
current before preparing a first patch.

> > Jeremias : what about JAFOG (Java API for Formatting Objects Generation)?
> Thanks for the suggestion. However, "formatting objects generation"
> sounds almost like we're generating FO, not that we consume FO, and in
> the meantime the API can do more than just consume XSL-FO. It can handle
> any XML-based format which produces graphical output (like XSL-FO, SVG,
> MathML, you name it).

JAGUX: Java API for Graphics Using XML?

Time to start a contest for more imaginative people I guess! :)

> Poor guy. I heard some people are quite happy with accessing lists
> through GMANE ( but I haven't tried it myself.

This is a test BTW! ;) Many thanks for the suggestion, it seems to work well!

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