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Subject [JIRA] Commented: (FOR-433) plugin produces invalid intermediate documents
Date Sun, 06 Mar 2005 20:32:18 GMT
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     Author: Florian G. Haas
    Created: Sun, 6 Mar 2005 2:31 PM
I've finally managed to whip up an updated version of this patch. A few comments have been
added to mark hacks and modifications that should be reverted in the future.
I've also modified the xsl:output element in openoffice-common2forrest.xsl to no longer include
doctype-system and doctype-public attributes. I figured that as long as the intermediate document
being produced is invalid per the DTD, it would be inappropriate to have the xsl:output element
claim otherwise.
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        Key: FOR-433
    Summary: plugin produces invalid intermediate documents
       Type: Bug

     Status: Unassigned
   Priority: Major

    Project: Forrest
   Fix Fors:

   Reporter: Florian G. Haas

    Created: Fri, 4 Feb 2005 4:06 PM
    Updated: Sun, 6 Mar 2005 2:31 PM
Environment: Tested on Debian Sarge with Linux 2.4.27 an JDK 1.4.2

The intermediate XML produced by the OOo plugin does not conform to the document-v12 DTD,
even though the xsl:output element in openoffice-common2forrest.xsl says so. In particular:

* The intermediate document contains a <style> element inside <header>; invalid
per the DTD.
* <p> elements contain a "class" attribute; invalid per the DTD.
* <fixme> elements do not contain an "author" attribute, though required by the DTD.

Steps to reproduce:
* Run "forrest run" from the plugins/ subdirectory
of your Forrest checkout.
* Download http://localhost:8888/samples/openoffice-writer.xml and have the document checked
by your favorite validating parser.

The trouble with this is that the FO stylesheets carry the contents of the <style> element
over into the result tree, where they pop up as part of the ToC. This looks like fairly meaningless
gibberish to the reader of the resulting PDF (etc.) document. You may verify this by checking
http://localhost:8888/samples/openoffice-writer.pdf in the above-mentioned setup. 

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