On 5/31/2015 1:56 PM, Pablo Rodriguez wrote:
On 05/28/2015 07:10 PM, Hans Hagen wrote:
On 5/27/2015 10:38 PM, Pablo Rodriguez wrote:
Compiling it with beta from 2015.03.25 22:13, page break is fine.

But with latest beta from 2015.05.24 12:42 (or even with beta from
2015.05.15 11:42 includes a wrong page break. The setups for widow and
orphan lines move the two last lines to the next page.

Could anyone confirm this bug?

i wonder if it's a bug or just tex's decision ... you can use


and see what penalties get injected

are the linebreaks identical, i.e. same hyphenation?

Many thanks for your reply, Hans.

Hyphenation is the same in both documents.

btw, brokenpenalty 1 gives a different result

Page break is wrong when any of the three values (brokenpenalty,
widowpenalty or clubpenalty) is 0 or above 9999.

I replacing \subsection with \section gives the right page break:

     \setupbodyfont[pagella, 12.6pt]
     \dorecurse{4}{\input zapf\par}
     \input knuth

Why does \subsection cause a different page break than \section?

because there are penalties related to (sub)sections in a way that keeps them together but at the same time still permits breaks in case of too many successive ones .. and penalties determine the way the page is broken


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