Re: [xsl] Any XSL-FO browser implementations?

Subject: Re: [xsl] Any XSL-FO browser implementations?
From: MURAKAMI Shinyu <murakami@xxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 7 Jan 2001 10:08:47 +0900

>I was wondering if any list member was aware of any browser which was able to 
>display any XSL-FO natively. I am not necessarily seeking any full 
>implementation. A partial implementation would also be of interest.

Try "Antenna House XSL Formatter" (pre-release):

I wrote:
>Features of Antenna House XSL Formatter:
> * W3C XSL Candidate Recommendation 21 November 2000 is supported
> * runs on Windows 95/98/Me/NT4/2000. (We recommend NT/2000)
>   MSXML 3.0 is required.  Download:
> * easy to use, web browser like user interface:
>   specify XML-document and XSL-stylesheet URLs, click [Run Formatter]
>   and you get the formatted results on screen, and [Print] to
>   print or create PDF file (using PDFWriter or Acrobat Distiller).

If you want to browse XSL-FO directly, specify its URL (or path name) to 
XML-document box and leave XSL-stylesheet box blank.


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