> I think you can flush the queue each time a nested block
> starts and each time a block ends.

I have no queue to flush. All i do is ignoring all event handler functions
until endBlock is called for a not-nested Block. Then i iterate recursively
through its children an call all appropriate event handlers.

For this purpose i have implemented a reference counter. Eachtime startBlock
is entered the counter is incremented. Eachtime endBlock is entered the
counter is decremented. So when the reference counter reachs 0, a not-nested
block is finished and i can process all deferred FOs. Works quite good.

Kind regards
Peter Herweg

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>
> Peter Herweg wrote:
> > Maybe difficulties is the wrong word. Just a thing i have to
> care for. If i
> > do the processing of FOs in endBlock, i have to suppress the processing
> > within nested blocks. Or the nested blocks will be processed twice.
>
> I think you can flush the queue each time a nested block
> starts and each time a block ends. The start of a new block
> forces a new line, so you can finish the current line,
> including whitespace processing.
>
> J.Pietschmann

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