Date: 2005-02-23T00:21:56
   Editor: JeremiasMaerki
   Wiki: XML Graphics - FOP Wiki
   Page: BreakPossSignallingFullPage
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/xmlgraphics-fop/BreakPossSignallingFullPage

   Some footnotes

Change Log:

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@@ -122,12 +122,12 @@
 is 0. This can be aggravated by having several empty blocks at the end
 of the page.
 
-Can an empty FO element have markers? If so, BPs under case 2 should
+Can an empty FO elements have markers? [1] If so, BPs under case 2 should
 be generated and be allowed to set markers (current situation). Around
 a page break it would not be defined to which page the marker would
 belong. The spec does not seem to rule it out. But it speaks about the
 area to which a marker is associated. A marker in an empty block would
-not be associated with an area, or is an area of bpd = 0 a valid area?
+not be associated with an area, or is an area of bpd = 0 a valid area? [2]
 
 `BlockLM` has a boolean member `isfirst`, which starts out as true. When a
 BP is returned which generates a real area and `isfirst == true`, the BP
@@ -135,3 +135,8 @@
 LM `isFinished()`, the BP gets the flag `BreakPoss.ISLAST`. Note that an
 area can have both the `is-first` and `is-last` traits.
 
+-----
+
+[1] Yes, this is valid. fo:markers are permitted on any descendant of an 
fo:flow. The question is rather if this makes sense. (JM)
+
+[2] I think this is valid. Reason: 6.5.2 says, that fo:block generates one or 
more normal block areas. An empty fo:block creates exactly one area with bpd=0. 
(JM)

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