Thanks for your reply! I will find a way to unescape my paragraph tags; that should solve my problem.
Best regards, -David On Sat, 23 Feb 2002, Carlos wrote: > Nope, not with the current FOP implementations. > > Carlos > > On 02/22/02 22:07, "David Wood" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > > > Using FOP 0.20.2 I found that linefeeds were preserved by default in > > blocks. > > > > Using FOP 0.20.3rc2 I found that they are no longer preserved. > > Furthermore, I discovered that "linefeed-treatement" has no effect: > > > > [WARN]: property - "linefeed-treatment" is not implemented yet. > > > > Is there any way to preserve linefeeds in the current version? I pull text > > from the database in such a way that all integral XML is escaped, and > > there is no way to disable this feature (MS at work)... So I actually have > > <P>...</P> tags, but they're escaped, and I can't seem to find a method in > > XSLT to unescape and use them... > > > > This leaves me stumped. So what's the newline situation? > > > > -David > > > > -- > Carlos E. Araya > ---+ WebCT Administrator/Trainer > P | California Virtual Campus > - | C/O De Anza College > G | 21250 Stevens Creek Blvd > ---+ Cupertino, CA 95014 > > email [EMAIL PROTECTED] > web http://www.cvc1.org/ (work) > http://www.silverwolf-net.net (personal) > phone 408 257 0420 (work) > PGP Fingerprint: E629 5DFD 7EAE 4995 E9D7 3D2F 5A9F 0CE7 DFE7 1756 > > 80/20 Rule: Simplicity vs. complexity. 80 percent of the > functionality/feature set of an "ideal" solution set, with only 20 percent > of the complexity of the ideal solution or 20 percent of the effort required > to build the ideal solution; or put another way, the last 20 percent of the > "ideal" feature set is what creates the most complexity >