From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Dec 16 2003 - 06:52:32 PST
OB> Hi Alexander,
OB> Using floats here seems to me as a kind of "tag abuse" ;-)
Well, may be, but you have no choice anyway :-)
OB> Anyway, thanks a lot. But again, that whole float has to fit on one
OB> page. A longer code example wont break automatically between pages.
OB> So either I insert manually the break (by dividing it into two floats)
OB> or a create an XSLT that transforms a
OB> <pre>line 1
OB> line 2
OB> line 3</pre>
OB> into a sequence of floats, one per line ... (ouch!)
I think XSLT chunking is a reasonable approach, but personally I would
prefer to create bigger chunks, not one line long.
OB> Best regards,
OB> PS: your example fo has a border="thin solid green" on fo:float, but
OB> the result doesn't show any border.
This is just a mistype. I have accidently added it during debugging.
And float has no border according to XSL FO spec so it shouldn't be printed.
Note that you still can specify border-* properties on fo:float in
case you want to retrieve their values on the float descendants using
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