On Tue, 6 Dec 2005 03:36 am, Simon Pepping wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 05, 2005 at 09:10:06PM +0800, Manuel Mall wrote:
> > Luca,
> >
> > Glyphs are only allowed to be merged if they carry the same /
> > matching set of property values. Personally I would not be
> > concerned if we therefore limit that logic to within a LM. While it
> > is possible that someone could write something like
> > <fo:block><fo:inline>a</fo:inline><fo:inline>&#x0308;</fo:inline>
> > and the a and &#x0308; could be combined into an &x00e4; IMO this
> > is a pretty degenerated case.
> One cannot write this. The Reader would probably combine >&#x0308;,
> after which a not-well-formed XML file would result. The text is not
> fully normalized, see
> http://www.w3.org/TR/2005/WD-charmod-norm-20051027/#sec-FullyNormaliz

Yes I agree that the text is not fully normalised as defined in 
WD-charmod-norm-20051027. But, neither the XSL-FO nor the XML spec 
require the input to be normalised.

> Simon


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