From: Patrick van Amstel <patrick@an...> - 2006-08-09 11:37:22
Dear news group,
I'm batteling away with afp.
AFP is new to me and fop not.
Is in fop 0.20.5 afp-fonts equal to
the fop.xconf in respect to the font info.
in fop 0.20.5 there is use of the userconfig.xml
fonr info for pdf's are included in this file,
but must the afp-font info be include in this file
as well. And if that is the case can anyone give me
Patrick van Amstel
From: Keith Harris <keith@ke...> - 2006-08-09 11:58:13
You may want to check out the latest developments within the main Fop
project - afp-renderer has been taken under the wing of the core guys
at Fop. See http://xmlgraphics.apache.org/fop/trunk/output.html#afp.
This old project and it's use of fop 0.20 is rapidly becoming ancient
history. Currently it is in the Fop sandbox but has already cleared
the vote to become at some point soon upgraded to the main jar. I've
been using it for the past couple of months and have found it to be
On your other point - I've had some success in getting fonts to work
with the Barr viewer by dropping ttf files in C:\Program Files\Barr
On 9 Aug 2006, at 12:40, Patrick van Amstel wrote:
> Dear news group,
> I'm batteling away with afp.
> AFP is new to me and fop not.
> Question 1:
> Is in fop 0.20.5 afp-fonts equal to
> the fop.xconf in respect to the font info.
> in fop 0.20.5 there is use of the userconfig.xml
> fonr info for pdf's are included in this file,
> but must the afp-font info be include in this file
> as well. And if that is the case can anyone give me
> a sample.
> many thanks
> Patrick van Amstel
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