Thanks. But well, I've just realized that I neglected a certain aspect
of table layout in my preparations which turns out not to be so simple.
Some might have seen my notes on the Wiki about breaking cells [1]. This
was done while I was still thinking in terms of the old approach. Now
with the Knuth element lists the problem presents itself in a different
look. We've got to build a combined Knuth element list for a table row
from element lists of the individual cells. Turns out to be relatively
straight-forward if you only deal with fixed width boxes and normal
penalties. As soon as stretch/shrink flows into the equation things look
like they can get real messy. I'm currently preparing two different
approaches for discussion (will appear on [1]). I wonder how Luca
handled lists which is a similar problem.


On 22.03.2005 09:53:33 Chris Bowditch wrote:
> Jeremias Maerki wrote:
> > Luca mentioned that he has been working on lists. So after the branch is
> > now in place and some basic features are working I'll be working on
> > resurrecting table support now. JFYI.
> Thanks for letting us know Jeremias. Good luck.
> Chris

Jeremias Maerki

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