From: G. Ken Holman (gkholman@CraneSoftwrights.com)
Date: Wed Jun 02 2004 - 07:53:31 PDT
At 2004-06-02 10:37 -0400, Chris Cosentino wrote:
>Is there an easy (relatively) way to use XEP to create <PRE>-like
XSL-FO has many properties for a block that will help to get this output.
>We currently have an inline element called <examplecode>. When
>rendered through XEP the data is output in monospace bold font.
>If line breaks were required, we would wrap it in para tags.
Not sure what you mean there.
>The problem we have is that we want to render example code with proper
>indentation. The simple solution
... is to have the stylesheet not collapse the white space and to preserve
the linefeeds that it finds:
.... indented program text ...
Then decide if you want long lines clipped or wrapped using wrap-option=.
I hope this helps.
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