Hi, Torsten

All points are noted.

I am not sure I understand what you want to see in the case of modified
images. In the general case, as soon as you change the dimension of an
image, you might potentially have to recalculate _all_ layout. The rendering
cannot independently start using a new image size.

I think I am missing something. Can you describe this scenario in more
detail? It sounds like a good use case.

Arved Sandstrom

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Torsten Erler [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
> Sent: May 15, 2002 6:23 AM
> To: Fop-Dev (E-mail)
> Subject: garbage collection on reset
> Can I (and if yes, how can I) configure the MEM_PROFILE_WITH_GC
> variable on
> StreamRenderer to run garbage collector every start and finish to save
> memory on batch printing?
> Additional, please take a look on FopImageFactory. This class holds strong
> references to every loaded image.
> No reload and recalculate the dimension of the image (which has modified
> since the last loading) is possible at any time. This is the cause why
> modified images are scaled to the size of the first loaded image on
> awt/print rendering.
> I've overriden the class to disable the caching complete (Batch printing
> uses 500++ MB!!! memory usage after loading 20 to 30 images and it crashes
> due to OutOfMemoryError).
> I don't know whether this is fixed in your current project status, if yes
> ignore this.

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