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Apache FOP

Apache FOP is an XSL-FO formatter. It is used in conjunction with an XSLT transformation engine to format XML documents into PDF, PostScript, and other output formats.

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Recent releases

  •  21 Jul 2010 17:57

    Release Notes: Various bugfixes and new features, especially: improved font support, improvements for keeps, an event handling framework, and many improvements for AFP output.

    •  06 Aug 2008 09:42

      No changes have been submitted for this release.

      •  28 Aug 2007 14:30

        Release Notes: This is the second production-level release after the big redesign effort. It includes many bugfixes and new features. The fonts installed on the system are automatically detected. The XML metrics generation is now optional. Support for the collapsing-border model in tables was added. Internal links in PDF now point to the exact location, and not to the top of the page. Support for UAX#14 type line breaking was added. This annex of the Unicode standard specifies rules for breaking text into lines depending on the language used.

        •  08 Jan 2007 22:55

          Release Notes: This release is the successor of version 0.20.5, FOP's production grade version. It contains the new API first introduced in 0.92 beta; support for Open Type fonts; support for the rgb-icc() function and a proprietary cmyk() function; copy/paste from PDF content using embedded TrueType fonts; support for PDF/A-1b and PDF/X-3:2003; improved Java2D, print, and bitmap renderers; and automatic support for all Java2D fonts for TIFF, PNG, print, AWT rendering.

          •  23 Apr 2006 19:50

            Release Notes: This release contains a considerable amount of improvements, bugfixes, and new features.


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