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From Ross Gardler <>
Subject Re: Sourcecode Indentation Using OpenOffice
Date Wed, 25 May 2005 09:55:46 GMT
Cyriaque Dupoirieux wrote:
> Thank you Ross for your comment,
>    I have a similar problem - using the plug in - with the 
> forrest:source style, the plug in generally ignore the return carriage 
> (not the Paragraph!).
>    I have to retype it or to take a sample which works, but I don't know 
> what's the problem.
>    Can I do the same and ask for a file filename.xml to see the XDoc ?

Yes, you can do this with any document to see the intermediate
processing of the file.

>    And where can I find this file ?

'forrest run'


> Regards,
> Cyriaque,
> Ross Gardler a écrit :
>> Jan Ortmann wrote:
>>> Hello,
>>> I'm writing documents for my project site using OpenOffice (1.1.4) 
>>> and the provided Forrest styles from the OpenOffice template, e.g. 
>>> Forrest:Source for sourcecode.
>>> However I couldn't get a proper identation in the generated HTML and 
>>> PDFs. I've tried to indent the code with tabs and with spaces. There 
>>> is also no box around the sourcecode.
>>> I'm using Forrest 0.6. Any ideas?
>> The OOo support needs work. Can you help? Yes you can, by helping us 
>> diagnose the problem and, if you have the skills and time providing a 
>> patch once we've found the issue.
>> First, lets diagnose the problem. If you request filename.xml rather 
>> than filename.html you will be shown the XDoc that Forrest generates 
>> from your document. Can you do that and fee what your Forrest:source 
>> content looks like. Post a snippet of the resulting code here if you can.
>> Note, in 0.7 the OOo stuff is migrating out to a plugin. This will 
>> make it much easier to work with.
>> Ross

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