Re: [xsl] Closing and reopening hierarchically structured elements

Subject: Re: [xsl] Closing and reopening hierarchically structured elements
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2005 14:06:33 GMT
why is your table inside an fo:inline? shouldn't you just be able to put 
span="all" on your table and not need to re-arrange your tree at all?

If you do need to split up the inline then that looks like a simple
application of xsl:for-each-group (if you are using 2.0) where you
group-adjacent based on whether the node has the property that it is or
is not a fo:table.

>  Is there any way to do this during my first XML => FO transformation?

The ease or difficulty of doing that depends completely on what you are
transforming from. You are asking if some unknown format could have been
converted into the style you want rather than the style you have.


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