I found a slightly haphazard but pretty conclusive list of all of these. Of course, the site is down now, but google's got it cached:
The cheapest commercial renderer I saw was ~$3k I believe. And XEP was $10k for a dual processor server ($5k per CPU)... IBM has the only plausible free alternative to FOP that I know of. I haven't played with it very much. It's here...
At 01:56 PM 4/4/2002 +0200, MARTIN Franck wrote:
As a matter of fact the XSL:FO specification allows border attributes for the
inline element which apparently is not supported by FOP.
I thought they're might be a work around to draw a border around a word placed in
a sentence. Maybe someone successfully overcame that obstacle... If so, i would
appreciate some help very much...
alex a écrit :
> At 11:09 04/04/2002, MARTIN Franck wrote:
> >Thank you for your suggestion but :
> >I really can't figure how to draw a border around a word that is placed in a
> >sentence? I think there must be a way to do so cause it must be pretty
> >common to draw borders and the fop developpers must have taken that into
> Please remember that FOP is work in progress and does not have every
> feature that the XSL:FO spec requires.
> It is perfectly possible that this is missing.
> If you can check that it works with other XSL:FO processors and doesn;t
> with FOP then I am sure that the developers would be quite happy to receive
> a bug report and test case fo file