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> Completely? I think you are using the colors black and white a
> bit careless here.
> In our environment we author in XML following
> some appropriate schema, say DocBook. Then we generate
> HTML+CSS, XSL-FO and occasionally SVG+CSS.
same here, but I don't really see the advantage in css styling in that
case. Except for those features that are only available in CSS
rather than native html/svg. In the case of FO there are no such
features as it's a superset of CSS rendering model (I think?).
> So from my
> standpoint HTML and XSL-FO are used in the same manner
> only that it's a lot more tiring to manage font-sizes, colors, margins
> etc in the XSL-FO case.
Why is it easier to generate class="foo" in the XSLT together with
some css styling for .foo than to generate that set of attributes
directly in the XSLT using an attribute set or variable containing a set
of attribute nodes? I don't understand.
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