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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Docbook IEEE transformation?


If you mean the IEEE style for their conference proceedings (two column article style),
I did a stylesheet a while back that comes very close (I think the only significant problem is that it doesn't handle multiple authors correctly).

I'm looking at it now, and will post it to my blog (http://managingwriters.com) shortly (it's 4 years old, so I don't want to release it until I've at least tried it out with the latest stylesheets:). I'll send a note to the list when it's ready.

Best Regards,
Dick Hamilton
XML Press
XML for Technical Communicators

On May 9, 2011, at 10:27 AM, David Priest wrote:

> A bit of googling turns up a dearth of information about rendering
> IEEE-compliant technical publications.  This quite surprises me.
> Are the XSL:FO standard transformations easily IEEE-compliant?  Looking
> at one of their PDFs there does not seem to be anything particularly
> special or tricksy with their layout.
> If there aren't any huge gotchas, perhaps I'll set up a configuration
> that complies.
> Thanks for any advice, tips, tricks, and warnings
>   david
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