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Re: CSS and XSL?

From: James Tauber <jtauber@----------->
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Date: 6/11/1999 8:28:00 PM
> Let XSLT go on at their own pace, but make FOs work in a way
> that builds on CSS rather than clumsily attempting to squash it.
> 
> I can't say I approve of formatting objects period, but having formatting
> objects use a different vocabulary from that used in formatting annotation
> seems remarkably foolish.

I have been somewhat confused by statements like the above that have
been made recently.

My reading of the XSL spec suggests that XSL FOs very much build on CSS
and go to great lengths to use the same vocabulary.

I don't know what has given people the impression that this is not the
case.

James


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