[Scribus] scribus xml versus xsl fo?
Thu Nov 20 09:25:22 CET 2003
I think you will find that what you see relates to hyphenation and
enabling hyphenation to work cross platform and without the hyphenation
setup. That is, if you send a file to someone else without your
language's hyphenation setup, it is stored within the .sla file itself.
On Thu, 2003-11-20 at 09:11, Thomas Ahlstrom wrote:
> >From: "Mark D. Anderson"
> >To: scribusdocs at atlantictechsolutions.com
> >CC: scribus at nashi.altmuehlnet.de
> >Subject: Re: [Scribus] scribus xml versus xsl fo?
> >Date: Wed, 19 Nov 2003 10:51:37 -0800
> >>>I can't find any documentation for Scribus' native xml file;
> >>>I just see programmatic parsing in scribusXml.cpp.
> >>Its here :
> >>This does need some minor updating for the new features, but will
> >>you an idea.
> >Hmm, that is isn't really sufficient for automatic processing.
> >Is there a real dtd somewhere?
> >Or other kind of schema?
> >Or a collection of working samples?
> Hi Mark and all,
> I'm working professinonally with books, more and more from
> If you find out anything about the Scribus XML structure I'd be very
> interested to take part of it.
> I've done some experimenting with it and it seems to be wellformed XML
> OK, but I can't understand the idea of having the actual textflow in
> an attribute. To me that seems like missing the whole idea with XML
> and not a very smart way to handle textflows. Any ideas?
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