correction: this has for sure nothing to do with the encoding of the XML files but the ENCODING OF THE FONTS.
-Teemu > -----Alkuperäinen viesti----- > Lähettäjä: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [SMTP:[EMAIL PROTECTED] > Lähetetty: 29. tammikuuta 2002 9:21 > Vastaanottaja: [EMAIL PROTECTED] > Aihe: VS: Entity references in FOP > > > I think this depends on the encoding of the XML files and have not > used those with PDF default fonts. Anyway if you are using unicode > (embedded) fonts you can see http://www.unicode.org/charts/ for > listings of unicode entity references. these are used like > > � > > , where 0000 should be the hexadecimal number. > > if using decimals instead the letter x should be taken away. BUT > THIS IS WHEN USING UNICODE FONTS. > > -Teemu > > > > -----Alkuperäinen viesti----- > > Lähettäjä: David Wood [SMTP:[EMAIL PROTECTED] > > Lähetetty: 29. tammikuuta 2002 4:09 > > Vastaanottaja: [EMAIL PROTECTED] > > Aihe: Entity references in FOP > > > > In the interests of being typographically correct, I'm attempting to use > > oriented double and single quotes, ellipses, etc... These are typically > > referenced in HTML as “ ” (&ldquo; &rdquo;) and so > > on... however, FOP is informing me these entities are not declared. > > > > I would be curious to find a list of what entities are in and what > aren't. > > Also, I presume I can use a numeric code (&#number; - or &#number;) > to > > reference the character directly. However, it seems like a list of those > > numbers and their corresponding characters is a little too basic for the > > FOP documentation or the usual reference materials. I assume there's a > > relevant ISO document - anybody know what it is? > > > > Or if you just have any common numbers handy I'd love to see them. :) > > > > Thanks, > > David