Re: Enhancement Request

2002-06-05 Thread Jeremias Maerki

I see. By the way, I didn't mean to imply that your proposal isn't valid.
I think it is. Would you please be so kind and enter your feature
request in BugZilla, so it doesn't get lost in the depths of the mailing
list archives?

I just wanted to something to this. At Outline we've made a little tool
we use during XSLT/FO development. It still lacks a lot of useful
features and it looks horrible. I'd like to improve this tool one day so
we can include it in the FOP distribution. We can even let it run as a
JNLP application. In this context your proposal needs to be carried out
at some time. But I can't promise that I will be the one doing it.

  Whenever the PDF that is currently open
 This implies having to generate a PDF first.  I don't want to produce any
 files.  I want to view the results of FOP and be able to print them off.  I
 need to do this over and over again and thought it would be nice to simply
 tell the AWT viewer to reload or regenerate the report without shutting
 down.

Cheers,
Jeremias Märki

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Re: Enhancement Request

2002-06-05 Thread Oleg Tkachenko

Jeremias Maerki wrote:
 I see. By the way, I didn't mean to imply that your proposal isn't valid.
 I think it is.
I also believe it would be greatly useful. I'm currently using xml spy as 
editor and it has lovely FO button to run fop in awt mode, but I have to 
close awt window every time I'm changing fo source.

 I just wanted to something to this. At Outline we've made a little tool
 we use during XSLT/FO development. It still lacks a lot of useful
 features and it looks horrible. I'd like to improve this tool one day so
 we can include it in the FOP distribution. We can even let it run as a
 JNLP application. In this context your proposal needs to be carried out
 at some time. But I can't promise that I will be the one doing it.
Are you talking about some kind of IDE? I was thinking about some frontend for 
fop, because sometime command line scares some people :)

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Re: Enhancement Request

2002-06-05 Thread Jeremias Maerki

Exactly. A totally cool XSLT/XSL:FO/SVG development center for xml
hackers (means: no WYSIWYG editor). :-) Hopefully even with some simple
XML editor included.

  I just wanted to something to this. At Outline we've made a little tool
  we use during XSLT/FO development. It still lacks a lot of useful
  features and it looks horrible. I'd like to improve this tool one day so
  we can include it in the FOP distribution. We can even let it run as a
  JNLP application. In this context your proposal needs to be carried out
  at some time. But I can't promise that I will be the one doing it.
 Are you talking about some kind of IDE? I was thinking about some frontend for 
 fop, because sometime command line scares some people :)

Cheers,
Jeremias Märki

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Enhancement Request

2002-06-04 Thread Jim Urban

I would like to suggest the following enhancement:

We use the AWT viewer while creating XSL:FO style sheets to view the output.
This is faster then generating a PDF and loading it into Acrobat Reader over
and over again.  It would be great if the AWT viewer had a “Reload” button
which would reprocess the input.  This way we could change an XSLT file and
click reload and see the effect the change has.


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Re: Enhancement Request

2002-06-04 Thread Jeremias Maerki

Hmm, I've got a little tip. I'm using GhostView. Whenever the PDF that
is currently open in GhostView is changed and you switch the focus from
something else back to GhostView it automatically reloads the PDF.

On 04.06.2002 19:30:34 Jim Urban wrote:
 I would like to suggest the following enhancement:
 
 We use the AWT viewer while creating XSL:FO style sheets to view the output.
 This is faster then generating a PDF and loading it into Acrobat Reader over
 and over again.  It would be great if the AWT viewer had a “Reload” button
 which would reprocess the input.  This way we could change an XSLT file and
 click reload and see the effect the change has.


Cheers,
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RE: Enhancement Request

2002-06-04 Thread Jim Urban

 Whenever the PDF that is currently open
This implies having to generate a PDF first.  I don't want to produce any
files.  I want to view the results of FOP and be able to print them off.  I
need to do this over and over again and thought it would be nice to simply
tell the AWT viewer to reload or regenerate the report without shutting
down.



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Subject: Re: Enhancement Request

Hmm, I've got a little tip. I'm using GhostView. Whenever the PDF that
is currently open in GhostView is changed and you switch the focus from
something else back to GhostView it automatically reloads the PDF.

On 04.06.2002 19:30:34 Jim Urban wrote:
 I would like to suggest the following enhancement:

 We use the AWT viewer while creating XSL:FO style sheets to view the
output.
 This is faster then generating a PDF and loading it into Acrobat Reader
over
 and over again.  It would be great if the AWT viewer had a Reload button
 which would reprocess the input.  This way we could change an XSLT file
and
 click reload and see the effect the change has.


Cheers,
Jeremias Maerki


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