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Re: Erroneous example in XSLT (9 Jul spec)

From: Stephen Deach <sdeach@Adobe.COM>
Date: Fri, 30 Jul 1999 13:54:24 -0700
Message-Id: <3.0.1.32.19990730135424.007617a8@mail-321>
To: abrahams@acm.org, xsl-editors@w3.org
Thank you for your comments.
  Actually, the example is correct. The font-weight property is inherited,
thus can be attached to any fo above fo:block or fo:character (which use
the property).
  We have gotten a number of requests to clarify/correct the DTD. We used
the DTD to identify where properties are USED, not where thay maybe
assigned. The common uses of DTDs do the latter, so we will fix this in the
next draft.

---SDeach
   Editor - XSL (Formatting) Specification


At 15:25 1999-07-30 -0400, Paul W. Abrahams wrote:
>In Sec. 6.3 (Defining Template Rules), the example contains the line
>   <fo:inline-sequence font-weight="bold">
>However, the XSL DTD indicates that a font-weight should be attached to
>a block, not an inline-sequence.  The only attribute of an
>inline-sequence is `id'.  (I believe I'm working from the latest version
>of the XSL spec.)
>
>Paul Abrahams
>
>
>
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