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Subject: Re: [docbook-apps] Fwd: RE: [xep-support] ANNOUNCEMENT - RenderX moves to the...

FOP 1.0 and JEuclid work fine for me both in Windows and SuSE Linux.
However, for floats using FOP, that's a problem. Usually you would need to do that in a hidden "table" to get the side floats. But that is a hack ;-) I don't have a solution there. Sorry.
In a message dated 6/24/2012 1:31:08 P.M. Pacific Daylight Time, stefan@seefeld.name writes:
On 06/24/2012 03:59 PM, DeanNelson@aol.com wrote:
> Stefan,
> FYI, I use the FOP/Jeuclid combination to satisfy my XML+MML to
> PDF  needs. That way I can use MML directly or xinclude the equations
> as needed.


thanks. I'm having great difficulties with that. As far as I'm aware,
jeuclid doesn't work with fop 1.0. At least I didn't get it working on
Fedora. I filed a bug report over a year ago, and nothing has changed
since (https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=703896).

The jeuclid / fop combination does work as bundled with xmlmind's xxe,

In any case, this doesn't really satisfy my needs as I also need
fo:float support. (Well, at least I'm trying to implement support for
annotations as fo:float. Perhaps there is another technique that is
supported by fop ?)



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