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From: Cindy Hunt <Cindy.Hunt@sas.com>
Date: Fri, 22 Nov 2002 09:20:39 -0500
Message-ID: <187D6D956106D84E9D8B280F6458FE14014BD5A6@merc12.na.sas.com>
To: <www-xsl-fo@w3.org>

> Hi-
> I am working on my first XSL-FO transform and have run across a place where I am stuck. What I need to produce is a block of example code that maintains its original line breaks and indents, something like so:
> begin code;
>     if x>y
>        then z;
> end code;
> I am used to doing this with a FOSI, being able to set justification to "as-is". For those that speak HTML, I need something similar to <pre>. I didn't see anything in the FO specs for justification that includes this and I couldn't find anything else that seemed similar to me. The closest thing I found was white-space-treatment="preserve" on the block element but it looks like FOP doesn't support this feature when I run it.
> If anyone knows how to do this, could you please share your expertise with a novice?
> Thanks!
> Cindy Hunt
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