On Thu, 2003-11-27 at 14:57, Victor Mote wrote:
> John Austin wrote:
> > I am critical

> Now, if you can figure out how to digest an FO document without building a
> tree that represents a page-sequence object, I hope you'll share it with the
> rest of us. That could be a breakthrough indeed.

I am just thinking of ensuring that objects disappear after the
page they are on has been printed. At the point that 0.20.5
[INFO] [1]
The related objects from Page 1, should ... join the choir invisibule

They don't appear to, which is why the memory use of FOP increases
in proportion to document length.

You only need to retain the useful parts of the page-sequence object.
Stuff that has been 'printed' isn't useful.

> Victor Mote

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