Re: Code Style, was Re: PDF serialization

2001-07-17 Thread Keiron Liddle
On Tue, 17 Jul 2001 01:22:38 Arved Sandstrom wrote: At 09:26 PM 7/16/01 +1000, Mark wrote: As an aside: is there a style guide for FOP code? I must say I find the style and layout very confusing and I'm happy to clean things up as I go. At the moment I can't even work out what tab stop

Re: PDF serialization

2001-07-17 Thread Keiron Liddle
Mark, I think the first step would be to change the PDF generation code so that it can write out as it goes to a stream (and also do what it does now). This would most likely be done by writing out each page after completion. It may also (I'm not sure) require different tracking of objects such

Re: PDF serialization

2001-07-17 Thread Jeremias Maerki
FWIW the PCL renderer should not be keeping much in memory. The same applies to the PostScript renderer and (I think) to the MIF renderer, which was my starting point for the PostScript renderer. Jeremias Märki mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] OUTLINE AG Postfach 3954 - Rhynauerstr. 15 - CH-6002

Rendering SVG as Image by Batik?

2001-07-17 Thread johannes . anderegg
I'm looking at print renderers. Can this be done? Input like sample instream.fo: fo:instream-foreign-object svg:svg width=20 height=20 Generation of print renderer output is started by method renderForeignObjectArea: - The foreign SVG object has rendered itself as image by

Re: Rendering SVG as Image by Batik?

2001-07-17 Thread Keiron Liddle
Johannes, If you are going to be using this for a print renderer and you are going to have it in memory why do you want to convert it into a jpeg. In the AWTRenderer it currently renders the svg into a graphic if that would suit you needs. Otherwise you can simply use the batik transcoding

nullPointerException

2001-07-17 Thread Wolf Gustavo (SGC-EXT)
Hi all, I am trying to get an XMLReader object with XMLReader parser = inputHandler.getParser(); after having done: InputHandler inputHandler = new XSLTInputHandler(xmlInputSource,xslInputSource); and I get the following error (the files xmlInputSource and xslInputSource are where

Re: Java Extensions in Xalan vs Fop

2001-07-17 Thread Gareth Noyce
I hear your pain, brother. :-) So I have enclosed a ZIP which contains all the files I used, on Windows 98, to make this work - the XML, XSL, the extension class (source and compiled classfile), a batch file to run things, even the PDF output. Father Arved, thank for you for your preaching!

I18n issue in AWT Preview

2001-07-17 Thread Sergey Astakhov
Hello FOP developers! May be this is known issue, however I didn't find any comments. There is some problems on i18n support in AWT preview. You are using your own SecureResourceBundle with LoadableProperties instead of standart ResourceBundle for loading the text labels. May be there is good

Re: Keep-together (and the other keep-*'s)

2001-07-17 Thread Alex McLintock
--- Struan Judd [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If so might I request a small departure from the XSL:FO spec, if it is straight-forward to implement. Please allow keep-together on fo:table-row. I don't think deviations from the XSL:FO spec are either wise or going to be popular. Alex =

RE: PDF serialization

2001-07-17 Thread Mark
Hi, On 16 Jul 2001 14:24:06 -0400, Art Welch wrote: FWIW the PCL renderer should not be keeping much in memory. It seems to keep the whole PDF document in RAM until it's closed. But I have worked out a sneaky way to pipeline the PDF without major changes, thanks mostly to the

Re: bit OT but..streaming PDF to browsers

2001-07-17 Thread Micheál Healy
Hi, I've been on holiday, but I came back yesterday, saw this last message, downloaded SP1 for IE5.5 and, hey presto, it worked. Thanks to all for your help - much appreciated. Just to confirm, IE5.5 still caused problems - only with SP1 did it work for me. Thanks again, Micheál -

Re: Keep-together (and the other keep-*'s)

2001-07-17 Thread Arved Sandstrom
At 09:36 AM 7/17/01 +0100, Alex McLintock wrote: --- Struan Judd [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If so might I request a small departure from the XSL:FO spec, if it is straight-forward to implement. Please allow keep-together on fo:table-row. I don't think deviations from the XSL:FO spec are

RE: PDF serialization

2001-07-17 Thread Mark
My apologies, I said: Yes, I found -bug to have a significant impact on performace after about 100 pages. Before 100 pages there did Of course, I meant -buf! Who put those two letters so close together anyway? Cheers Mark

Re: Keep-together (and the other keep-*'s)

2001-07-17 Thread Petr Andrs
Im XSL FO spec in article 6.7.9 fo:table-row keep-together, keep-with- previous and keep-with-next properties are listed in The following properties apply to this formatting object:. So why is keep-together on table-row considered against spec? pa On 17 Jul 2001, at 9:36 Alex McLintock wrote

Rendering SVG as Image by Batik?

2001-07-17 Thread johannes . anderegg
I'm looking at print renderers. Can this be done? Input like sample instream.fo: fo:instream-foreign-object svg:svg width=20 height=20 Generation of print renderer output is started by method renderForeignObjectArea: - The foreign SVG object has rendered itself as image by

Re: FOP 0.19 with JDK1.1

2001-07-17 Thread Keiron Liddle
On Tue, 17 Jul 2001 13:10:50 Stephen Fry wrote: Is it still possible to run the latest version of FOP with JDK1.1. Currently I am using 0.15 and I need to assess the risks in moving to a newer version. We have done a quick test and it seems that it now has a dependency on batik which

Re: FOP 0.19 with JDK1.1

2001-07-17 Thread Heiko Barthel
I'm using FOP 0.19 with JDK 1.1.8 on Windows NT/2000 and Sun Solaris with no problems. But batik does not work with JDK 1.1. That means no SVG :-( Heiko Is it still possible to run the latest version of FOP with JDK1.1. -- Mit freundlichen Gruessen / Best regards Heiko Barthel

Re: I18n issue in AWT Preview

2001-07-17 Thread Eugene Nedzvetsky
Hello Sergey, Tuesday, July 17, 2001, 11:17:03 AM, you wrote: SA Of course I can write my own dialog, but for begginers it would be better to SA fix such issue. Remove from org.apache.fop.viewer.LoadableProperties second parameter in line 28. before: BufferedReader in = new

PDF streaming

2001-07-17 Thread Mark
Howdy foponauts Well I was able to find the PDF 1.3 reference (@ pdfzone - google is Great) and I'm just running a huge test. I was able to process 100 pages with a flat memory profile and 2Mb of heap so it's looking pretty good, but my Big Test has destroyed all pretenders to date so we'll

Big success; structural questions

2001-07-17 Thread Mark
Hi again, Firstly I have successfully tested my changes with a ~20,000 page document of moderate complexity, it is in fact one of the example documents but I forget which one (doh) - multiplied by some silly factor like 5000 or something. I have also successfully tested my changes against a

RE: Multithreading

2001-07-17 Thread Jim Cotugno
I don't know if anyone has done any extensive testing of concurrency with FOP, so please let us know what problems you run into (the IndexOutOfBounds for example), either via this list, or better yet, via Bugzilla so we can track and fix the issues. I've fixed a few places where I found

RE: Multithreading

2001-07-17 Thread Jim Urban
We are planning to use FOP in our web application. The application will be hosted on a W2K box with dual PIIIs. We will use FOP in servlets to allow the user to dynamically generate formatted reports (in PDF) that can be printed off and inserted in a patients permanent medical file. Does this

RE: Spanning a table over many pages

2001-07-17 Thread Huisking, Michael
I grabbed the latest out of CVS today and built it. FOPped everything just fine. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction. Mick -Original Message- From: Huisking, Michael [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Monday, July 16, 2001 3:33 PM To: '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' Subject: Re: Spanning a

[Bug 2489] - leader CID font bug

2001-07-17 Thread bugzilla
http://nagoya.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2489 *** shadow/2489 Fri Jul 6 17:15:29 2001 --- shadow/2489.tmp.29458 Tue Jul 17 13:24:52 2001 *** *** 2,9 | leader CID font bug|

[Bug 2556] - fo:leader has strange behavior when used with CID encoded Embedded TTF

2001-07-17 Thread bugzilla
http://nagoya.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=2556 *** shadow/2556 Tue Jul 17 13:24:53 2001 --- shadow/2556.tmp.29518 Tue Jul 17 13:29:01 2001 *** *** 2,9 | fo:leader has strange behavior when used with CID encoded Embedded TTF |

cvs commit: xml-fop/src/org/apache/fop/fonts TTFFile.java

2001-07-17 Thread tore
tore01/07/17 13:57:49 Modified:src/org/apache/fop/fonts TTFFile.java Log: Submitted by: SASAKI Suguru ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) Some glyphs are missed when more then one glyph maps to the same data, this patch fixes it. Revision ChangesPath 1.5 +10 -5

Re: [PATCH] Not all glyph is loaded when two or more char aremapped to one glyph

2001-07-17 Thread Tore Engvig
Thanks for the patch! I just added it to cvs. Tore On Thu, 12 Jul 2001, SASAKI Suguru wrote: Hi, fop-team. Current org.apache.fop.fonts.TTFFile dosen't load all glyph data when two or more character is mapped to one glyph. (In fact, Bitstream Cybetbit font has mapped many characters to

Re: leader bug and here is a patch

2001-07-17 Thread Tore Engvig
Sorry for not looking at your patch until now, but I've been on vacation (a couple of weeks with the cellular turned off and no email access can actually be quite satisfying!). The mapping from char to glyph is moved to the PDFRenderer, so there should be no need to map the chars again (only

RE: Keep-together (and the other keep-*'s)

2001-07-17 Thread Struan Judd
Subject: Re: Keep-together (and the other keep-*'s) It's not against spec in my book either, but it's currently not implemented in FOP, for table-row or for anything else. The problem with all that keep-* stuff is that it's not that easy to do. Actually, I was kind of mulling it over for

Re: Code Style, was Re: PDF serialization

2001-07-17 Thread Tore Engvig
On Tue, 17 Jul 2001, Arved Sandstrom wrote: We should, in theory, be able to use the cvswrappers mechanism (or module options) to run a style tool on a file when it is committed (or in a number of other cases). I can investigate this. I'd suggest that we divvy up the existing code, and use

Some sample

2001-07-17 Thread patricklee99
Hello, Is there any example or tutorial to show how to transform from xml to pdf or from xml to fo in java? Since I write a servlet to transform a xml and xsl to a fo and always a FOPException appear like at org.apache.fop.apps.XSLTInputHandler.getParser(XSLTInputHandler.java: 109), is

Re: Code Style, was Re: PDF serialization

2001-07-17 Thread Arved Sandstrom
At 11:25 PM 7/17/01 +0200, Tore Engvig wrote: [ SNIP ] I guess we have to use codeformatters (eg astyle) before we check in our code. I happend to grab a copy of jIndent while it still was free. jIndent does more than just codeformatting, it parses the code and is able to change a lot of things

RE: Multithreading

2001-07-17 Thread Jess Holle and Wendy Vidlak
In the interim (i.e. until code improvements), did you try multiple *processes* rather than threads, i.e. to ensure multiple copies of statics, etc, so contention within a process is eliminated? It may well still be that other forms of contention limit the throughput -Original

Re: Code Style, was Re: PDF serialization

2001-07-17 Thread Jeremias Maerki
May I suggest to put up a code convention section in involved.xml? I think a short notice with the most important rules (tabs to spaces, 4 spaces for tab etc.) will suffice. That will make it easier to encourage people to follow the conventions. Jeremias Märki mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] OUTLINE