Stylesheets for XML Recommendations.
We have deeply reworked our XSL FO stylesheet for XMLSpec 2.0. In its current version, it provides a reasonably nice coverage of five W3C papers: XML Spec, XML Namespaces, XSLT, XPath, and - finally - XSL FO Draft (the last one). At Renderex you can find the stylesheet with more comments, plus XSL FO versions of each of the above documents, and PDFs generated by our renderer.
In my opinion, XML Spec, XPath and XSLT are quite convincing; XML Names and XSL FO are worse, because we haven't implemented the automatic table layout yet.
For those interested in benchmarking: the XSL FO WD is by far the heaviest document of the set. Figures are:
All measurements were performed on Pentium III-500, 256 MB RAM, running Windows NT.
XSL-FO stylesheet for XHTML
Never underestimate www.w3.org, ;)
You will find my humble attempt at such a stylesheet on the W3C website
It's based on Steven Pemberton's xhtml-default.css which describes a default rendering of XHTML.