I'm seeking additional opinions on the following: The most important motivation for the new intermediate format is more performance for those who produce their print files based on prelayouted documents (without noticeably slowing down the direct rendering path, i.e. without intermediate format).
Hi, I was able to do a clean build in Netbeans 6.5. If I have time over the weekend, I'll update the wiki. There are a number of changes since netbeans 4 - It's actually a whole lot easier now. Phil -- View this message in context:
Hi, I am trying to build the examples\mathml\ example. According to the notes in the lib folder, I need to place jeuclid.jar in the lib folder. However, the latest version is jeuclid-3.1.3.jar. I get a dependency error in ant: jeuclid-check: [echo]
The example MathML extension only works with JEuclid 1.0. The current JEuclid has its own MathML extension for FOP. On 23.12.2008 13:38:08 bonekrusher wrote: Hi, I am trying to build the examples\mathml\ example. According to the notes in the lib folder, I need to place jeuclid.jar in the
Thanks Jeremias, You're always a great help. I have another question; In the examples folder, there are examples for using fo:instream-foreign-object. Is there any examples that show an fo extension that creates an area in the area tree where normal xsl:fo is not possible? Thanks again!
An isolated example? No. But you could take a look at my fox:external-document extension. That one is an extension and creates areas using a special layout manager. Classes involved: - org.apache.fop.fo.extensions.ExternalDocument (extension object, FO tree part) -
On 23 Dec 2008, at 13:28, Jeremias Maerki wrote: snip / 3. The IFDocumentHandler/IFPainter pair gets access to a context object where it can access to the currently applicable extension attributes. The context object would play adapter for the two different extension sources: Map from the
Hi Jeremias, I am just trying to learn. I was interested in either writing an extension for the Table-Continuation-Label or take a shot at the trunk. A while back I was interested in getting the Table-Continuation-Label support working: