RE: (dsssl) Comparing style sheet languages

Subject: RE: (dsssl) Comparing style sheet languages
From: DPawson@xxxxxxxxxxx
Date: Thu, 27 Jun 2002 13:54:15 +0100
> * Dave Pawson [Wed, 26/06/2002 at 19:56 +0100]
> > .../...
> > How to find a format that doesn't require scrolling Hakon?
> Dave, it's Håkon ;-) (Try alt0229 under Windows).

Grrr. No Jany, Hâkon is one of the few people whose mail
I see actually includes 8859 characters.
I refuse to use windows hacks, so there ;-)

> For the rest, I agree. Too much colors and not very easy to read.
> And such an etud
<grin/>Now where are your entities?

 should maybe introduce some notions, such as
> transformation, styling and so on, because IMHO, dsssl, XSL and CSS
> don't play on the same ground. For example, dsssl and XSL allow to
> navigate through a document.
> Or maybe are you only interested in styling, Håkon?

Fair comment. Page layouts etc?
Break-before, after, link to specified page number.
Perhaps H&#x00E2;kon's table could provide the evidence of that 'little bit
that XSL-FO and dsssl provide over and above CSS?

regards DaveP


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