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RenderX XEP

RenderX XEP is a commercial-grade application written in Java for dynamic rendering of XML documents. XEP is a pluggable architectural component that takes two open standard inputs, XML data and XSL FO stylesheet, and produces the industry's defacto standards for high-quality rendered electronic documents, Adobe PDF and PostScript. XEP supports many extensions to the XSL FO specification, including SVG graphics and PDF-to-PDF linking.

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Recent releases

  •  07 May 2005 04:13

    Release Notes: Support for PDF/X, Section 508 Tagged PDF, and Table Footnotes was added.

    •  28 Oct 2004 19:58

      Release Notes: Significant functional improvements include support for auto-layout of tables and collapsing borders.

      •  12 Jun 2004 19:54

        Release Notes: Support for kerning was added both in XSL-FO text and in SVG. Page master selection has become fully conformant to the XSL spec. Treatment of overflow conditions was improved. Support was added for the "overflow" property. A new extension element, rx:page-number-citation-last, was added. SVG color names can be used in XSL-FO property values. Page labels reflect the XSL-FO page numbering in PDF output. Support for markers in SVG was added.

        •  06 May 2004 19:06

          No changes have been submitted for this release.

          •  18 Apr 2004 05:46

            Release Notes: Minor bugfixes.


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