Andreas L. Delmelle commented on FOP-2060:

Actually, I was thinking the very same thing about using that flag in the LC to 
pass the information. Since a similar 'difficulty' (related to having to 
explicitly having to copy that flag) was also reported in the context of 
FOP-2469, what I think definitely needs a closer look, is all the points where 
a new LC is created, and make sure they are all aligned. I would expect said 
flag to be copied, for example, if you use LC.copyOf(), which appears to be the 
case. So, where that method is used to instantiate a child LC, it _should_ be 
OK (note: just theory here; haven't checked).

There are two other methods to create LCs, where either no base context is 
passed (= newInstance()) or the passed context is largely ignored, save for one 
boolean flag (= offspringOf())... 
If a full copy would be wasteful or undesirable in some cases, perhaps we 
should have a method similar to copyPendingMarksFrom(), for copying the flags 
from a base context. Something like that?

> adjoining blocks with break-before="page" break-after="page" cause extra 
> empty page
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: FOP-2060
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/FOP-2060
>             Project: FOP
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: layout/unqualified
>    Affects Versions: trunk
>         Environment: Operating System: All
> Platform: All
>            Reporter: Luis Bernardo
>             Fix For: trunk
>         Attachments: 2060-empty-block-issue.xml, test.fo, test.pdf
> This causes five pages instead of four:
>       <fo:block>
>         <fo:block>page 1</fo:block>
>         <fo:block break-before="page" break-after="page">page 2</fo:block>
>         <fo:block break-before="page" break-after="page">page 3</fo:block>
>         <fo:block>page 4</fo:block>
>       </fo:block>
> The empty extra page happens between page 2 and page 3.

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