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Anyone used JFor?

 
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For converting xml to RT format through XSL-FO. I am thinking to use it. I just found its jar version is 0.7.1. That means its yet to be standardized a lot, right?
Here are two links -
http://www.jfor.org
http://sourceforge.net/projects/jfor
 
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Well I found another RTF generation tool in Java named xmlMind FO Converter. It's available in http://www.xmlmind.com/foconverter/index.html. But its not open source and the personal edition can't be used from an application. This is why jFor is still my only option.
 
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