Joel Gwynn wrote:
So, to continue down this winding road a little further ...
Quark seems to produce three documents: a css, dtd, and xml.
What are in them?
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?
Don't forget xml :)
Would it be possible to write an xsl file that can read the dtd, css, and xml and produce the xsl-fo file?
No, xslt processor needs xml (dtd is for parser) as input, but there are a lot of tricks. Details greatly depend on what is in those files and how they are interconnected.
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