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Release Notes

XMLMill 1.21 (April 5th, 2002)

Minor upgrade to eliminate <pagetemplate> bug (see below).

DTD:

  • Attributes have now a enumerated list (en1|en2|..) if applicable. This facilitates defining xmlmill xml attributes.
  • Use of internal <! ENTITY> declaration tags.

XML/XSL:

  • It is no longer necessary to use all four font attributes (font-type, font-name, font-size, font-style) at the same time. If not all 4 attributes are defined, the chosen font is derived from the font defined in the <pagetemplate> tag. If no font is defined in the <pagetemplate> tag, the font is derived from a standard font : Type1, Helvetica, Normal, 10pt.
  • The definition of a font (via the font-type, font-name, font-size, font-style attributes) in the <pagetemplate> tag now is fixed (was broken in previous version).

DOCUMENTATION:

  • In the on-line documentation and examples the font-style was defined a plain instead of normal (which is the correct one)
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