Interesting. I just noticed that the break-out mechanism hasn't been implemented for the AFP renderer and therefore fixed positioned block-containers are not even supported in 0.94. Hmm. I guess I will skip that then. I'm only hacking together the same feature level as in 0.94 anyway.
It turns out the AFP renderer has more in common with the PCL renderer (no nested coordinate system mechanism is used) than with PDF/PS/Java2D and still it's been derived from AbstractPathOrientedRenderer. I guess this should be improved when the GOCA stuff is working again. I just want the release done. On 26.02.2008 10:53:01 Jeremias Maerki wrote: > Thanks for the hint. That worked indeed. I've almost finished by now. I > only have to finish the adjustment for the changed CTM behaviour in > BlockViewports. > > On 25.02.2008 14:27:27 Adrian Cumiskey wrote: > > Hi Jeremias, > > > > I started to do this but if you prefer then be all means go ahead and > > revert yourself. The approach > > I took was to take a trunk checkout and then apply > > > > svn merge -r603590:603589 . > > > > This should give you all the changes between commits (as 603589 works ok, > > but 603590 is broken) and > > this should affect only the files in the 603590 commit you should keep all > > the new stuff in trunk. > > > > Adrian. > > > > Jeremias Maerki wrote: > > > FYI, I'm going to revert the AFP Renderer in Trunk to revision 601712 > > > (the revision before 603590 (2007-12-12) which broke the AFP Renderer). > > > Obviously, I'll have to reapply some of the changes that were done > > > in the meantime (like the image integration or changes in > > > AbstractPathOrientedRenderer). I'll do this so I can prepare the 0.95 > > > release candidate later this week without a broken AFP renderer. > > > > > > Adrian, please continue working on the branch you've created. We can > > > merge it back into Trunk when you've fixed the AFP Renderer with the > > > GOCA addition. > > > > > > Jeremias Maerki > > > > > > > > > > > Jeremias Maerki > Jeremias Maerki