On 08 Jun 2011, at 21:14, Andreas L. Delmelle wrote:

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>> My current questions are:
>> -Why are the page objects flushed straight away? (Memory constraints?)
> Very likely to save memory indeed. More with the intention of just flushing 
> "as soon as possible", to support full streaming processing if the document 
> structure allows it. Theoretically, in a document consisting of single-page 
> fo:page-sequences, without any cross-references, you should see relatively 
> low memory usage even if the document is 10000+ pages, precisely because the 
> pages are all written to the output immediately, long before the root page 
> tree, which only retains their object references.
Just felt this needed clarification: *PDF* object references (which, in Java 
are merely Strings, not references to the PDFPage objects).

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