Re: [xsl] FO: Non-proportional output with proportional font

Subject: Re: [xsl] FO: Non-proportional output with proportional font
From: David Carlisle <davidc@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 15 May 2006 22:00:49 +0100
as others have said,it depends a lot on how general your input tables
If all rows just take a single line, and there are no spanning entries,
converting to a real xsl-fo table would be esay in xslt2 and not too
hard in xslt1. If there are multiline or spanning entries like

| this is a long 2 col heading |
| this is  |  this is short    |
| a long   |                   |
| entry    |                   |

Then probably you should give in and use courier or a different
monospace font that doesn't look quite so horrible cmtt is OK for this.
Or use some pre-process with perl or somesuch to massage the tables
before giving them to xslt.


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