Subject: formatting code/xml fragments?
I've tried to search for information on this, but the search terms have too much overlap with the underlying technology to tease out what I'm looking for. Which is... Has anyone customized the stylesheets in order to format source code for display in HTML or PDF? I'm interested in something that produces a color-coded output for XML source. I'm currently using XInclude to draw in an entire source XML file as follows: <programlisting> <xi:include xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XInclude" href="../../schema/layout.xml" parse="text"> <xi:fallback>document not found!</xi:fallback> </xi:include> </programlisting> This has three deficiencies: 1) In PDF output long lines are truncated on the right side 2) Because it is parsed as text it isn't possible to use XPointer to grab a section of the source document 3) The result is plain black on white, which isn't as readable as if it were formatted I realize I'm addressing a lot of issues in one message, but have others devised ways to handle this already? Duane Gran