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From Roland Neilands <rneila...@pulsemining.com.au>
Subject Re: get value of command line arguments
Date Wed, 16 Nov 2005 21:59:58 GMT
Yes I know the command line is slow, this sounds like another incentive 
to change that.


Jeremias Maerki wrote:

>Hi Roland
>No, that parameter to the XSL is not set by the FOP command line. Of
>course, it would be no problem to add this. In the latest code it's
>possible to specify XSLT parameters. But that version won't be of use to
>you right now, since PCL support has not been resurrected, yet. Still,
>you're talking about speed but yet you use the command line. That's kind
>of a contradiction to me. However, it should be easy for you to add that
>XSL parameter to the FOP command line yourself.
>On 16.11.2005 03:04:22 Roland Neilands wrote:
>>Does anyone know if it's possible to check the value of FOP command line 
>>arguments within XSL, specifically the chosen output format?
>>eg I have one stylesheet which may produce PDF and/or PCL from the same 
>>XML file depending on local setup.
>>PCL is mainly for non-PS printers & faxes, so I would like to disable 
>>colour formatting & switch to b&w images when producing these. I could 
>>do this with an input parameter I know, but that means producing the .fo 
>>as a separate step, slowing things down.
>Jeremias Maerki
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