[rfc-i] Pagination requirements

Joe Touch touch at isi.edu
Thu May 24 15:35:50 PDT 2012

PS - I modified the file trivially (we could do this in post-processing) 
to add "preformatted" to all figures.

Figures no longer wrap.

(the file appears to have its own CSS at the beginning; I modified it 
there in case anyone looks at source).


On 5/24/2012 3:19 PM, Joe Touch wrote:
> On 5/24/2012 3:16 PM, Joe Hildebrand wrote:
>> On 5/24/12 3:04 PM, "Joe Touch"<touch at isi.edu> wrote:
>>> As Iljitsch noted, e.g., the current XML uses nested tags that Word has
>>> trouble generating. If we look more at what kind of stuff Word DOES
>>> generate, that's a hint at what might be feasible in Word.
>> It's a reasonable discussion to have whether sections contain
>> sections, or
>> whether we just use the heading number (h1-h6) to intuit relationships. I
>> don't have a strong preference. The CSS is probably a *little* easier
>> with
>> containing, but it's doable either way.
> Heading marking is easy - and already supported. As per below, it may be
> easy to change the particular tag.
> Section marking isn't AFAICT, though.
>>> See http://www.isi.edu/touch/pubs/tcp-ao-html/
>>> Note - it already indents and reflows. Yes, it's still using fixed-width
>>> fonts, and also still uses ASCII diagrams. Ignore the colors - they're
>>> there as a helper for authors.
>> Make your browser very narrow, and navigate to section 4.1, please. Note
>> that your ascii art gets mangled, since it's not wrapped in a<pre> tag
>> (or
>> a div with style whitespace: pre).
> I know that - it's not complete, as I noted.
> I'm not sure yet how to force Word to spit out the right tags...
> Joe

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