From: Eliot Kimber (email@example.com)
Date: Fri Oct 11 2002 - 06:07:41 PDT
--- Eliot Kimber <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I suspect this is a side effect of hinkiness in
> Window's batch processing--I've had similar problems
> with batch files I've built.
Ok, I created a copy of run.bat that sets the
DISCARD_IF_NOT_VALID to false--I think that's the best
setting--you get the validation but you still get some
output. I think that's better than not producting
anything (or rather, producting
> More positive note: the validation feature is very
> important and I'm glad it's there--XSL Formatter's
> lack of validation has bitten me a few times. I just
> think it's being a bit over protective on this
> When I removed the axf:outline-level attributes, XEP
> was otherwise happy and produced output almost
> identical to AHXF (it failed to render some stuff
> I'm not sure why yet--might be a font issue or user
> error, so I'm not ready to ask about it yet).
> Eliot Kimber
> ISOGEN International
> Eliot Kimber
> Austin, TX
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