(was getting a bit too much OT for fop-users...)
On Feb 28, 2006, at 19:07, Jeremias Maerki wrote:
On 28.02.2006 18:25:42 Andreas L Delmelle wrote:
I think I found what's causing the question-marks to appear in the
See org.apache.fop.render.rtf.RTFHandler, line 150. An
OutputStreamWriter is instantiated, which uses the default platform
encoding. Should be enough to force this Writer to use UTF-8, I
Nope, according to the RTF spec, the output should be in "US-ASCII"
(7-bit) for portability. UTF-8 is definitely not supported by RTF
Oops! Sorry, my mistake. Anyway, relying on the default platform
encoding is just as definitely wrong. :-)
but I think it's possible to use various 8-bit character sets and
escapes if the proper commands are generated. The Microsoft RTF spec
lists what is possible.
Already took a closer look at this, and this seemed already handled
So, I wondered and wandered, and found that --see
RTFListItem.RTFListItemLabel-- currently RTFListStyleBullet is
unused. We know only RTFListStyleNumber and RTFListStyleText.