Re: fo validation issue

2002-10-20 Thread Oleg Tkachenko
Peter B. West wrote: I don't know schematron, so we may be talking at cross-purposes here. Well, schematron is extremely simple while powerful rule-based schema language, see the overview [1]. I'd say if you know xslt and xpath, you know schematron. For example, consider the following xsl

Re: problem with size of characters within fo:inline

2002-10-20 Thread Oleg Tkachenko
Arjan Loeffen / Salience BV wrote: Thanks for the answers so far; I understand that the problem I indicated is known and being fixed? Wait a minute, I just realized xml spy's pretty-print formatting transforms your (fo:inlinefo:page-number-citation ref-id=div-1 font-weight=bold//fo:inline)

Re: problem with size of characters within fo:inline

2002-10-20 Thread Arjan Loeffen / Salience BV
Oleg, I downloaded 0.20.4 and this did not solve the problem. When will 0.20.5 be released? Thanks for the answers so far; I understand that the problem I indicated is known and being fixed? The problem is so severe to us that we cannot produce documentation, with many page references, using

Re: fo validation issue

2002-10-20 Thread Peter B. West
BALI: In Memoriam Oleg Tkachenko wrote: ... Well, schematron is extremely simple while powerful rule-based schema language, see the overview [1]. I'd say if you know xslt and xpath, you know schematron. For example, consider the following xsl constraint: It is an error if the fo:footnote

Re: fo validation issue

2002-10-20 Thread J.Pietschmann
Peter B. West wrote: In a pull model, as distinct from the peephole processing model encouraged by SAX, this is easy, because you know where you are at all times; e.g., whether you are within an fo:flow, or more specifically, whether you are descending within an out-of-line formatting object.

Re: problem with size of characters within fo:inline

2002-10-20 Thread Arjan Loeffen / Salience BV
I tried this (see web page referenced in other mail): fo:block a b c (fo:inline font-weight=boldfo:page-number-citation ref-id=div-1//fo:inline) a b c /fo:block I also tried fo:wrapper, but it didn't help.. arjan J.Pietschmann wrote: Arjan Loeffen / Salience BV wrote: Dear people, it

Re: Root element is required in a well-formed document

2002-10-20 Thread J.Pietschmann
Venkata Rao Nadella wrote: I am trying to convert XML File to PDF using FOP. I am getting following error although root element is present. [ERROR]: The root element is required in a well-formed document. Can someone help me in figuring out why I am getting this error? This has also

DO NOT REPLY [Bug 13699] - PDF-Renderer Not Threadsafe

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