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[Bug 7571] multi-page images: what if the number of layers/pages is unknown?

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Date: Wed, 17 Feb 2010 07:12:27 +0000
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Klaas Bals <klaas.bals@inventivegroup.com> changed:

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--- Comment #1 from Klaas Bals <klaas.bals@inventivegroup.com>  2010-02-17 07:12:26 ---
I would suggest this has to be done in advance, outside of XSL-FO, for example
in XSLT. In that case you would need to rely on extensions. A way we implement
this is by allowing a document() call to load a PDF or TIFF file as it it loads
an XML with an element per page (with some @attributes. This info can then be
used in XSLT to build the right XSL-FO structure for this, as some use cases
require you to include them as inline pictures, and other as full screen
images, etc...

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