Hi guys,

Is this the right forum for posting developer questions? If not, sorry for
cross-posting.

I am using FOP to create a legal PDF document. 
Right at the bottom of the document there is Attorney and Judge information.
Since most data is dynamic, this last information appears at different
locations in the document. 
Even worse, sometimes the judge's name appears on the previous page, but
his/her address flows to the next page.

Is there any way to build presentation intelligence that if there are 2
inches (say) left on the page, flow to the next page and render content
there. 
Otherwise simply render content on the current page?

Thanks for your help,
Sid


-----Original Message-----
From: Nicola Ken Barozzi [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]
Sent: Tuesday, December 31, 2002 9:43 AM
To: fop-dev
Subject: [FYI] Gump run timing out


Just FYI... your Gump runs seem to be timing out:
http://nagoya.apache.org/~rubys/gump/xml-fop.html


dist-bin: [echo] Building the binary distribution files (zip,tar)

[mkdir] Created dir: /tmp/gump/xml-fop/dist-bin/Fop-1.0dev
[copy] Copying 148 files to /tmp/gump/xml-fop/dist-bin/Fop-1.0dev
[mkdir] Created dir: /tmp/gump/xml-fop/dist-bin/Fop-1.0dev/build
[copy] Copying 1 file to /tmp/gump/xml-fop/dist-bin/Fop-1.0dev/build
[zip] Building zip: /tmp/gump/xml-fop/Fop-1.0dev-bin.zip

/home/rubys/bin/timeout: timed out java: died with signal 4

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