Examples for the use of xsl:fo can be found in the Fop distribution in
At the moment the following files are part of the distribution:
- simple.fo - a very simple file which gives use a first impression of the structure of an fo file
- normal.fo - a simple file showing the use of a 2 level of headings, normal text and a header.
- table.fo - some table examples
- list.fo - a short tutorial how to use list fo's and properties
- images.fo - shows how to embed gif and jpg images into the xsl:fo file using external-graphic.
- border.fo - a not so simple example how to use borders in tables
- extensive.fo - a longer test file containing a lot of different flow objects and properties.
A good candidate to test your bugfix or new Fop code.
- leader.fo - shows different uses of fo:leader, p.e. as rule or in a table of content
- normalex.fo - shows the use of computed property values
- inhprop.fo - shows the use of inherited property values
- instream.fo - shows the use of fo:instream-foreign-object together with svg
- textdeko.fo - shows the use of the property textdecoration
- readme.fo - uses an old version of Fop documentation for a longer example
- Look also into the directory examples/svg. There you find some very extensive svg examples.
Just start makedoc.
- In the directory examples/pagination you find a suite of examples showing the use
of xsl:fo pagination.
Developers will find the first steps to a test suite for all implemented formatting objects and