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From Andreas L Delmelle <a_l.delme...@pandora.be>
Subject Re: PDF generation
Date Thu, 10 Aug 2006 17:44:50 GMT
On Aug 10, 2006, at 16:25, Vincent Hennebert wrote:

Hi all,

> (Note for Fop-dev regarding the break-after problem:
> That said, I think there's a bug as a new page is created while  
> there is
> nothing more but whitespace characters in the flow. If I remove the
> indenting so that all the remaining </fo:block> closing tags are  
> sticked
> together (so there is really nothing after the breaking fo:block),  
> a new
> page is still created. Is this a known issue? Is it related to the
> whitespace handling problem?)

I don't think so.
A new page is created, either with or without trailing white-space in  
the blocks... So, how could this be related to white-space? :) (Quite  
on the contrary, the above description excludes white-space-handling  
from possibly being related, IIC)

I've been doing some browsing, but can't seem to find a reference  
that indicates that the formatter should ignore the break-after  
property on the last block in the page-sequence if it is empty --if  
nothing prohibits the page-break, then force-page-count will do no  
good. In the worst case, if you would set it to odd, it would result  
in yet another extra page being added :/

I'll keep looking for that reference, but I wouldn't be surprised if  
there are none. The conclusion that the break should be avoided seems  
more like 'expected' than 'compliant' behaviour...



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