Thank you so much for looking into it. From the sound of it I would have continued my search for a long time.
On 06.10.2005 11:42:19 Luca Furini wrote: > Luca Furini wrote: > > > I'm going to see what happens ... > > I've found the bug! > > The width, stretch and shrink of the suppressed elements after a break is > taken into account in BreakingAlgorithm.addBreaks(), but this method is > called only if everythings goes well; in your test there is a restart (as > the only created node is too short) and addBreaks() is not called, so the > width (and stretch, and shrink) stored in the node is potentially wrong. > > I'm going to see the best way to fix this without duplicating lines of > code. I think the "for" loop (over the elements that must be ignored) > could be moved into createNode() ... > > In general, the restarting method is quite a critical phase: we are > "resurrecting" a node which was not very good, and maybe not all the > information stored inside it is always correct. > > Regards > Luca Jeremias Maerki