So, to continue down this winding road a little further ... Quark seems to produce three documents: a css, dtd, and xml. The goal is to produce an xsl file that can transform the xml to xsl-fo. Should I be writing a script that takes that dtd and css and produces an xsl file? Would it be possible to write an xsl file that can read the dtd, css, and xml and produce the xsl-fo file?
Sorry if it sounds like I'm flailing. I am. Joel Gwynn Variable Data Spire 617 832-1957 > -----Original Message----- > From: Oleg Tkachenko [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] > Sent: Tuesday, November 05, 2002 3:28 PM > To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] > Subject: Re: Quark workflow > > > Joel Gwynn wrote: > > > Quark template -> Quark XML -> [???] -> FOP -> PDF > > > > How do I get from Quark XML to XSL-FO. > Well, there is no magic here, Quark XML can be transformed > into xsl-fo > as any other xml using XSL Transormations language. Learn Quark XML > syntax and semantics, develop such a stylesheet and many people will > thank you. > > -- > Oleg Tkachenko > eXperanto team > Multiconn Technologies, Israel > >