From: Kevin Yank (email@example.com)
Date: Thu Jan 15 2004 - 16:49:57 PST
G. Ken Holman wrote:
> Ummmmm .... when I add white-space-treatment="preserve" everything
> seems to
> work fine ... I don't think XEP is broken, I think the problem is in your
The style sheet in question is the official DocBook XML XSL-FO style
sheet from http://docbook.sf.net/. We have published four technical
books using this style sheet. All have featured a great many code
listings, and all have been correctly indented.
As far as I can tell, this style sheet has never used the
white-space-treatment attribute. The only thing that has changed in our
rendering environment is that we have installed a new version of XEP.
Is it really possible that the official DocBook XML XSL-FO style sheet
has been buggy all this time and a recent version of XEP simply revealed
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