Please disregard the original message... although I would still be curious
about how to do this.

I went through the fop-cvs archive and it does not appear that there have
been any commits related to the problems that I am seeing. Also, next week I
am going to pitch again for coercing our customers to upgrade to JDK 1.2+.

Anyhow, it looks like the table drawing problem is back. This has come and
gone before. What I am seeing is each cell in a row being drawn to its own
maximum height instead of to the row height. Are others seeing this? Is
anyone else working on this (or in this area). I had fixed a similar problem
a while back, but my changes were superceded by someone else's changes. I
just do not want to spend time on this if someone is already in the area. In
case it is not clear, what I am seeing is table borders drawn something like

|  Column 1   | Column 2 Block 1 |    Column 3    |
+-------------+ Column 2 Block 2 +----------------+

If I am reading the spec correctly this behavior is not correct. The spec
indicates that table cells (and their borders) should fill (and be
coincident with) the table grid.

The other problem that I am seeing is the footers (static content in region
after) are not showing up. But I have not started looking into this yet. Is
anyone else seeing (or not) this?

Thank You,

>  -----Original Message-----
> From:         Art Welch  
> Sent: Friday, June 08, 2001 1:29 PM
> Subject:      Work around batik
> I have a bit of a problem that I hope someone can help with. Although I
> appreciate Keiron's efforts with SVG/Batik, I can not use them because I
> am still stuck in JDK 1.1.8 land. I had pulled down from CVS as of before
> he merged the batik stuff in. I was hoping that I could stay at that level
> until I could go to JDK 1.2+  or something. However it looks like there
> are some problems in that revision which I am hoping have been fixed
> (tables, region-after).
> My problem is how can I get the latest changes without the SVG/Batik
> stuff. I expect that I will need to do some stuff manually, but I am
> hoping that I will not have to manually review each individual file to
> find what has changed and if I want it or not. I have been trying to get
> WinCVS to get me the information with little luck. I know that I could do
> a diff, but that would be huge. Is there a way that I can get the file
> modification information with the comments for files modified from my
> local copy or since a certain date with the comments? Basically something
> like the "cvs commit" e-mails without the DIFF stuff. I am looking at the
> fop-cvs archive at theimsgroup, but I am hoping that there is a better
> way.
> There is probably a real easy way to do this with CVS, but I have not been
> able to find it. I know very little about CVS.
> Sorry if this is a bit off topic,
> Art

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