Re: Unicode compliant Line Breaking

2005-10-31 Thread Jingjing Lee
my votes: 1.) +1 2.) +1 3.c) +1 BTW, more than 2.a, even the most up-to-date jdk (1.5.0_05) is not full UAX#14 compliant. It treat QU as (A) instead of (XB/XA). So we REALLY need a independent impl to follow the Unicode standard. __ Yahoo!

DO NOT REPLY [Bug 37306] - text-indent side-effect when text-align=start

2005-10-31 Thread bugzilla
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DO NOT REPLY [Bug 37306] - text-indent side-effect when text-align=start

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Re: Unicode compliant Line Breaking

2005-10-31 Thread The Web Maestro
IMO, Unicode conformant line-breaking is an important goal for FOP to achieve. But before I vote, I have a question: On Oct 30, 2005, at 11:25 PM, Manuel Mall wrote: snip 2. I would also like to propose that the Unicode conformant line breaking be implemented using our own pair-table based

Re: Unicode compliant Line Breaking

2005-10-31 Thread thomas . deweese
Hi all, Just an FYI, Batik also currently has an implementation of the Unicode TR14 word breaking alg. (org.apache.batik.gvt.flow.TextLineBreak). As far as performance is concerned it should be fairly fast as it is mostly just table based. The Web Maestro [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: White space handling Wiki page

2005-10-31 Thread Andreas L Delmelle
On Oct 27, 2005, at 06:29, Manuel Mall wrote: Manuel, Some more on this example: Actually something like: fo:block background-color=yellowword1fo:character character=#10;/fo:character character= /word2fo:character character= /word3fo:character character=#10;//fo:block currently causes an