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------- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED]  2006-08-17 17:25 -------
(In reply to comment #6)
<snip /> 
> I am not sure I follow you. When you talk about the column-list, is that the
> "ColumnSetup columns " in TableLayoutManager ?

Not entirely. ColumnSetup will currently only contain the actual column count 
in case you have 
explicitly defined columns. There's a method ColumnSetup.createFromFirstRow(), 
but this maps to 
return the table's default column (= FOP internal). So, in case you have a 
table without explicit columns, 
the maximum column-count would already be different.

We could quite easily keep track of the maximum number of cells in a row as the 
FOTree is built, so 
that, by the time layout starts, the layoutmanager could already know what the 
maximum column-
count will be for the whole table without having to iterate over all the rows.


HTH!

Andreas

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