Re: diffs for on-the-fly image support

2002-05-22 Thread Keiron Liddle
Yes the several patches is good, thanks. This way the appropriate ones can be applied to both code bases. I agree that 3 is probably better and should be done for the development code. 1 is suitable for a quick solution for the maintenance branch. As for the extension, this is really for the

Re: diffs for on-the-fly image support

2002-05-22 Thread Paul Reavis
Keiron Liddle ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote To FOP on Wed, May 22, 2002 at 10:30:45AM +0200: Yes the several patches is good, thanks. This way the appropriate ones can be applied to both code bases. I agree that 3 is probably better and should be done for the development code. 1 is suitable

Re: diffs for on-the-fly image support

2002-05-22 Thread Keiron Liddle
A normal cvs checkout gives you the development, which is different from current maintenance releases. What you are describing can definitely be done with an extension (in the devel code only, so this is for later). in your fo: instream-foreign-object width=.. height=.. myImage xmlns=my-space

Re: diffs for on-the-fly image support

2002-05-21 Thread Keiron Liddle
Hi Paul, I don't think we can apply this patch directly for a number of reasons. Although there are parts in it with value that should be put into cvs when you have finished. The patch should be done against cvs rather than what you did which seems to be in reverse anyway (I suppose this is

Re: diffs for on-the-fly image support

2002-05-21 Thread Paul Reavis
Keiron Liddle ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote To FOP on Tue, May 21, 2002 at 11:47:19AM +0200: I don't think we can apply this patch directly for a number of reasons. Although there are parts in it with value that should be put into cvs when you have finished. I figured as much. Mainly I wanted

AW: diffs for on-the-fly image support

2002-05-21 Thread J.U. Anderegg
Inserting JPEG into a PDF file is a simple file copy - given the URI, bits/pixel and color model. The latter are coded within JPEG files. PDF stores the image once and allows multiple references to it. Is programmed caching superior to the caching of the file system? From PDF view, memory =

Re: diffs for on-the-fly image support

2002-05-21 Thread Paul Reavis
J.U. Anderegg ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote To [EMAIL PROTECTED] on Tue, May 21, 2002 at 05:31:53PM +0200: Inserting JPEG into a PDF file is a simple file copy - given the URI, bits/pixel and color model. The latter are coded within JPEG files. PDF stores the image once and allows multiple

diffs for on-the-fly image support

2002-05-20 Thread Paul Reavis
Attached are gzipped diffs for the changes I made vs. the 0.20.3 release. I'm working on patches against CVS, but am pretty busy and wanted to get something out soonest. Essentially the patch includes: - support for callback-based, on-the-fly images (URLs like onthefly:SomeImage, you have to