Hey, its nearly midnight and time to get some sleep - but have to share 
this: had some success with this refactoring - attached a PDF and the 
FO file showing how much of the inline border / padding stuff now 
works. The nested inlines are not 100% right yet, still need to figure 
out a fix for the incorrect inline box sizes and of course the 
conditionality=retain (but thanks to Luca I have an idea how to tackle 


On Tue, 6 Sep 2005 08:47 pm, Jeremias Maerki wrote:
> Certainly not, if it solves the problem. Just make certain that it
> doesn't add up too much on memory consumption on LMs that don't need
> the position indexes. Maybe this infrastructure should be extracted
> into its own class and used by the LMs that need it.
> On 06.09.2005 14:33:07 Manuel Mall wrote:
> > Jeremias any problems if I "push" this down from BlockStacking LM
> > into Abstract LM so I can make use of it in the Inline LMs?
> Jeremias Maerki

Attachment: inline_border_padding.xml.pdf
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<!-- $Id: block_border_padding.xml 265720 2005-09-01 13:29:28Z jeremias $ -->
      This test checks inlines with border and padding properties.
    <fo:root xmlns:fo="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Format"; xmlns:svg="http://www.w3.org/2000/svg";>
        <fo:simple-page-master master-name="normal" page-width="5in" page-height="5in">
      <fo:page-sequence master-reference="normal" white-space-collapse="true">
        <fo:flow flow-name="xsl-region-body" font-size="10pt">
          <fo:block margin="0pt" background-color="orange">
            Demonstrates various uses of fo:inline <!--<fo:inline font-size="smaller" background-color="yellow">start fo:inline<fo:block>block</fo:block>fo:inline cont</fo:inline> -->with borders and padding.
          <fo:block background-color="silver" margin="2pt 0pt 2pt 0pt">
            To <fo:inline border="solid 1pt red" background-color="yellow">emphasize</fo:inline> a word we give it a 1pt border and a background.
          <fo:block background-color="silver" margin="10pt 0pt 10pt 0pt">
            Demonstrates a big border <fo:inline border="solid 5pt red" padding="5pt" background-color="yellow">inline with border="solid 5pt red" padding="5pt"</fo:inline> extending over the small allocation rectangle to the top and bottom.
          <fo:block background-color="silver" margin="10pt 0pt 10pt 0pt">
            Demonstrates <fo:inline border-style="solid" border-width="1pt 2pt 3pt 4pt" border-color="red" padding="1pt 2pt 3pt 4pt" background-color="yellow">unsymmetric borders and padding</fo:inline> but the baselines should align.
          <fo:block background-color="silver" margin="10pt 0pt 10pt 0pt" font-size="20pt">
            Big border <fo:inline border="solid 5pt red" padding="5pt" background-color="yellow" font-size="8pt">but a smaller font. This rectangle is</fo:inline> incorrect!!
          <fo:block background-color="silver" margin="3pt 0pt 3pt 0pt">
            This demonstrates a long inline <fo:inline border="solid 1pt red" padding="1pt" background-color="yellow">with .conditionality set to "discard". It has a left and right border at the beginning of the
            and the end of the inline only. Any lines in between only have a top and bottom border.</fo:inline> Back to normal here.
          <fo:block background-color="silver" margin="3pt 0pt 3pt 0pt">
            This demonstrates correct line breaking of &lt;fo:inline&gt; as this fits exactly on a line.
            This demonstrates correct line breaking of &lt;fo:inline&gt; as this fits exactly on a <fo:inline border="solid 1pt red" padding-start="2pt" padding-end="2pt" background-color="yellow">line.
            Not really as we started a fo:inline with border/padding just before the word "line" which forces it to the next line.</fo:inline>
          <fo:block background-color="silver" margin="3pt 0pt 3pt 0pt">
            Demonstrates nested
              <fo:inline border="solid 2pt red" padding-start="2pt" padding-end="2pt" background-color="yellow">inlines
                <fo:inline border="solid 1pt green" padding-start="2pt" padding-end="2pt" background-color="orange">finishing together

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