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From Andreas L Delmelle <a_l.delme...@pandora.be>
Subject Re: Troubleshooting "No meaningful layout" errors
Date Wed, 13 Dec 2006 18:36:37 GMT
On Dec 13, 2006, at 19:18, Paul Moloney wrote:


> A particular user manual is giving a "No meaningful layout" error.
> [ERROR] file:/home/pmoloney/svn/pplus/docs/manuals/target/fo/ 
> care_applications_g
> uide/care_applications_guide.fo:88:696 No meaningful layout in  
> block after many
> attempts.  Infinite loop is assumed.  Processing halted.
> Googling about this error shows some people advising to give Fop  
> more memory. I tried up to 1024MB and 2048MB (the machine has 2  
> gigs of memory) with no luck.

Errm... What gave you that idea? 8)

Seriously: the error is referring to what you describe below

> Others have said it's a result of using tables or graphics that are  
> "too long". Any idea of some context for this? The graphic in the  
> section that the fo error seems to related to has a graphic of 11 
> (w) x 15 (h) cm, which seems fine to fit on an A4 page. Removing it  
> didn't change anything.

Does your document contain tables? With explicit keeps? AFAIR from  
0.20.5, it could be that this is a result from table-rows that FOP  
tries to keep together with the previous and next rows, and the whole  
table would not fit on an A4 page...

That said: if you can, I'd recommend upgrading to the Trunk code.  
User reports indicate that the Trunk is currently stable enough to be  
used in production environments. On top of that, it offers more  
supported XSL-FO features.



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