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Re: Section 6.2, Formatting Object Content [Was: 1.1 xml rec]

From: Dave Pawson <dave.pawson@gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 6 Dec 2010 16:41:30 +0000
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To: Tony Graham <Tony.Graham@menteithconsulting.com>
Cc: www-xsl-fo@w3.org
On 6 December 2010 16:07, Tony Graham
<Tony.Graham@menteithconsulting.com> wrote:
> On Sun, Dec 05 2010 16:03:53 +0000, dave.pawson@gmail.com wrote:
> ...
>> Re the parameter entities.
>> 6.2 defines them textually, but there is no xml definition of them?
>>
>> That would be a nice addition for automated processing.
>> Either as XML for an inclusion or as xml entities.
>
> It was perhaps a bit odd to call them "parameter entities" without
> providing declarations, but the concept and the reference syntax is
> familiar to many users of XML.
>
> Also, there is no official schema or DTD for XSL 1.1, so I'd say there
> wasn't much reason to put in the declarations when there was no schema.

Just to aid processing of the rec through to other usable forms.


>
> FWIW, RenderX has three goes at a XSL FO schema or validators at
> http://www.renderx.com/tools/validators.html. Their XML Europe 2004
> paper [1] referred to from that page has a good summary of the issues
> you face in making a schema for XSL FO (and of the trade-offs they had
> to make).  Like Dave, they favour having multiple, looser and stricter
> schema for XSL FO.

And they stopped at 1.0?

Nothing available for 1.1 at all.
  Despite (IMHO) its usefulness.

regards

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