>----- Oorspronkelijk bericht -----
>Van: Vincent Hennebert [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
>Verzonden: vrijdag, juni 13, 2008 08:40 PM
>
>You’re both right of course. I didn’t have that possibility in mind when
>writing my post to fop-dev. No warning needed indeed :-)
<snip />
       [Me: ]
>>> * if it is not a table-cell or table-column, return a zero value to
>>> avoid the property subsystem calling make(PropertyList) to construct a
>>> default/initial value
>
>That’s not so simple IMO. column-number must be assigned its specified
>value even when the object isn’t a table-cell nor a table-column.

Right! I was contradicting myself here. First say that the property may be 
specified and significant (even if non-applicable), and then silently revert to 
a zero value... This is of course out of the question. :-)

Thanks for the feedback!

Cheers

Andreas


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