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Subject: Re: DOCBOOK: Page numbering and page headers in sets
I used to use jade/pdftex. This morning I decided to give openjade a try. That had the benefit of available bookmarks in the PDF file but did not change the numbering/heading points I mentioned. Well, then I pulled xalan (V2.1.0), fop (V0.18.1-DEV) and docbook-xsl-1.39. Now the heading problem does not occur any more but here I have numerous other problems. They may all relate to the following warnings during processing the fo file: java -cp fop.jar:xalan.jar:w3c.jar:jimi-1.0.jar org.apache.fop.apps.Fop booklet.fo booklet.pdf [...] WARNING: Unknown formatting object http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Format^table-and-caption WARNING: Unknown formatting object http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Format^table-caption [...] WARNING: property 'format' ignored WARNING: property 'last-line-end-indent' ignored WARNING: property 'linefeed-treatment' ignored The last three warnings are repeated over and over again. In the PDF document the TOC look 'funny': the chapter titles are distributed over the entire line and the page numbers don't line up. The table in the document is scrambled (might be due to the "unknown formatting object..."). In addition the formatting of <varlistentries> is not as nice as in the DSSSL case: the <term> is crammed in to a narrow column which can not accommodate the text (esp. when used for method synopsis as the perl pod2docbook formatter does). Currently I rather stay with the DSSSL stylesheets. Thanks for any further hints, Ekkehard PS: Would it be reasonable to use the fo file generated by xalan as input for passivetex/xmltex ?
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