Re: WIP: tables

2005-03-22 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: Luca mentioned that he has been working on lists. So after the branch is now in place and some basic features are working I'll be working on resurrecting table support now. JFYI. Thanks for letting us know Jeremias. Good luck. Chris

Re: [VOTE] Batik and FOP to migrate from CVS to Subversion

2005-03-22 Thread Chris Bowditch
Glen Mazza wrote: +1, providing you make fewer than 10 grammar mistakes: Very funny. Except you counted (4) twice. snip what=1-3/ It was hinted that CVS will be discontinued within the ASF at the end of 2005. 4.) FUD missile. (Oh, that's not a grammar mistake, so it doesn't count...) That's

Re: [VOTE] Batik and FOP to migrate from CVS to Subversion

2005-03-22 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: As announced on the XML Graphics General mailing list I'd like to call for a vote on the migration of both Batik and FOP to Subversion. +1 from me, and for someone who's first language is not English, your written English is very good. snip/ Chris

Re: [VOTE] Batik and FOP to migrate from CVS to Subversion

2005-03-22 Thread Chris Bowditch
Peter B. West wrote: snip/ This is actually a serious, though futile, suggestion. There are loads of Source Control tools way better than CVS. But we have to rely on a tool that fits within the Apache Infrastructure. This is what makes your suggestion futile, not resistence from the committers.

Re: [VOTE] Release Transcoders

2005-03-29 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: +1 from me too. +1 from me. The code has been stable over the last few months and seems to work well for most cases. I also don't see any other open issues preventing a release. On 25.03.2005 10:39:48 Jeremias Maerki wrote: Batik is currently preparing for a release (be that

Archives

2005-03-30 Thread Chris Bowditch
I just noticed that the Archives held at MARC only contain posts up until 12th March when the mailing lists were moved to xmlgraphics. What do we need to do to ensure all future posts are saved in the Archives? The links on the website to eyebrowse also appear to be broken. Chris

Re: two more class renamings

2005-04-05 Thread Chris Bowditch
J.Pietschmann wrote: Glen Mazza wrote: if the static content is directed to the region-body of the page. Is this even allowed by the spec? No, this isnt valid. 2.) Similarly, the StaticContentLayoutManager should be renamed to SideRegionLayoutManager, because the output of both

Re: rename area.Page - area.PageReference?

2005-04-05 Thread Chris Bowditch
Glen Mazza wrote: Team, I'd like to rename our area.Page class to area.PageReference because the class represents a page-reference-area and the latter naming IMO is a clearer/more specific term (it differentiates itself better from our area.PageViewport). Also it's a more consistent naming given

Re: leader dot ends don't line up

2005-04-07 Thread Chris Bowditch
Green wrote: Hi I am new to this mailing list (also fop user mailing list too), although I have been using FOP for about a year. Anyway, I had a small problem with dots leader, they did not line up at the end, and the gap is less than one dot. But still my client didn't like it. (I am using

Re: validating fo:table-body: more issues

2005-04-18 Thread Chris Bowditch
Glen Mazza wrote: Team, snip/ Take two scenarios here: 1.) 200-page report containing dozens of tables. If the user messes up the template match for any of those tables, that 200-page report just printed will need to be redone. But if we validate (i.e. halt) by default we may very well have

Re: Waht is the dependency list for fop

2005-04-26 Thread Chris Bowditch
delbd wrote: So my question is, is there a list of the dependencies in the form 'name of library, version' so i don't put too much libraries inside my application and i don't miss important ones? If you download the FOP binary distribution, you will see all the required JAR files in the lib sub

Re: cvs commit: xml-fop/src/java/org/apache/fop/layoutmgr PageSequenceLayoutManager.java

2005-05-06 Thread Chris Bowditch
Glen Mazza wrote: Jeremias Maerki wrote: Glen, I'd like you to revert that one and take a different approach if any. Kein Problem. Bald werde ich dass machen, aber nicht dieser Nacht, weil ich ziemlich muede bin. handleBreak does really handle break-before AND break-after, so the name was

Re: cvs commit: xml-fop/src/java/org/apache/fop/layoutmgr PageSequenceLayoutManager.java

2005-05-06 Thread Chris Bowditch
Andreas L. Delmelle wrote: -Original Message- From: Jeremias Maerki [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Glen: Ja, jetzt sollen wir das alterer Kodierung (pNFA() usw.) entfernen. ... English: Yes, we should remove the old code now. Of course 'should', got my modal verbs mixed up again :-) Thanks

Re: Keep Properties

2005-05-09 Thread Chris Bowditch
Carson Reynolds wrote: Greetings, I am thinking about trying to help with the development of FOPs implementation of keep properties. I'd noticed on the compliance page that outside of table rows, keeps are pretty much not implemented. While it might be quicker to do some blind-table hack in my

Re: [VOTE] Merge Knuth branch back into HEAD

2005-05-11 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: I'm not where I would like to be, yet (with table layout). Over all, there is still a number of problems to be solved. These are (potentially incomplete list): - Table layout including header, footer, spans and borders (*) - Markers - before-floats and footnotes - keeps and

Re: Consolidating LayoutManager's and AbstractBreaker's getNextKnuthElements() methods

2005-05-31 Thread Chris Bowditch
Glen Mazza wrote: snip/ BTW, are we losing potential committers due to FOP 1.0 supporting JDK 1.3? We haven't heard much from Renaud since you asked him to maintain some special 1.3-only graphics package that we otherwise wouldn't need to have. I want to make sure we didn't lose him to a

Re: Failing testcases

2005-06-17 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: I dont see these errors either. I also place xerces and xalan into the lib/endorsed folder of the JRE. Chris I'm not seeing these. We probably have another problem with different Xerces/Xalan versions. Wouldn't be the first time. I've always got the latest Xerces and

Re: Responding to 'fop-users' posts on 'fop-dev'

2005-07-14 Thread Chris Bowditch
I agree, this is a good idea. Ill try it next time. Chris Jeremias Maerki wrote: And they don't actually answer the question at that time? Sounds like a good plan. On 14.07.2005 06:00:48 The Web Maestro wrote: Howdy good folks, The Forrest Dev folks have an intriguing way of dealing with

Re: Flame-fodder: Thinking about starting to release again....

2005-07-26 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: Another thing, that I'd like to bring up. We're approaching a state where FOP Trunk code is usable for more serious use cases. The important FOs are all implemented. In the past, we talked about making 1.0 meet XSL 1.0 Basic Conformance. I believe to do that would be bad

Re: MathML and barcode support for FOP

2005-07-26 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: Devs, I'd like to have your thoughts about the following proposal. MathML and barcodes are frequently asked for and I would consider it a service to our users if we provided support for both out-of-the-box without people having to scratch together the little pieces to

Re: Element list generation for tables (special case)

2005-07-28 Thread Chris Bowditch
I've been following this thread with interest. From a conceptual point of view, I agree with Andreas. I can't see any situation where you might want to have cells of the same row group on separate pages. Regardless of how many rows a particular cell spans. Is there nothing in the spec to give

Re: FOP Compliance Page was: getPageCount and FOP 1.0dev

2005-08-01 Thread Chris Bowditch
The Web Maestro wrote: On Aug 1, 2005, at 2:58 AM, Chris Bowditch wrote: I don't think adding/removing releases from the compliance page is something we plan on doing frequently. A side by side comparsion is only required now because the Trunk code is a complete re-write. Once the trunk

Re: rtflib independance from FOP (continued) + JAFOG

2005-08-02 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: snip/ And also I am not really sure whether the most up-to-date version of rtflib lies in FOP or in JFOR... Could someone please clarify this? (Bertrand?) JFOR has been integrated in FOP, so FOP is not the most up-to-date version. Is this a typo, or did you mean to

Re: DO NOT REPLY [Bug 36008] - [PATCH] letter-spacing testcases

2005-08-04 Thread Chris Bowditch
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Christian: It appears we both went for this one at the same time! Its now been applied :-) Sorry for any confusion. DO NOT REPLY TO THIS EMAIL, BUT PLEASE POST YOUR BUG· RELATED COMMENTS THROUGH THE WEB INTERFACE AVAILABLE AT

Re: DO NOT REPLY [Bug 36008] - [PATCH] letter-spacing testcases

2005-08-04 Thread Chris Bowditch
Christian Geisert wrote: Chris Bowditch schrieb: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Christian: It appears we both went for this one at the same time! Its now been applied :-) Sorry for any confusion. No problem, noticed it just before committing (need now to find out how to take back a svn add

Re: svn commit: r227338 [1/2] - /xmlgraphics/fop/trunk/test/layoutengine/testcases/

2005-08-04 Thread Chris Bowditch
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Author: jeremias Date: Thu Aug 4 03:10:14 2005 New Revision: 227338 URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewcvs?rev=227338view=rev Log: Setting svn:eol-style and svn:keywords where necessary. Need to lookup why these are missing only on some. You beat me to this. I tried to

Re: svn commit: r227338 [1/2] - /xmlgraphics/fop/trunk/test/layoutengine/testcases/

2005-08-04 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: Hehe. Right mouse button on a file, select Properties and go the the Subversion tab. There, you can set the properties per file. AFAIK, TortoiseSVN doesn't support batch operations in this area. Yes I've found it (I was looking under the SVN sub menu before). You check

Re: Checks for testcase was: (Re: DO NOT REPLY [Bug 36025] - [PATCH] font-size testcases)

2005-08-04 Thread Chris Bowditch
Manuel Mall wrote: Chris, Hi Manuel, On Thu, 4 Aug 2005 09:31 pm, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: ... --- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED] ... I have added some checks to make the tests a little more effective at detecting regressions. I would be grateful if you could have a

Re: Checks for testcase was: (Re: DO NOT REPLY [Bug 36025] - [PATCH] font-size testcases)

2005-08-04 Thread Chris Bowditch
Manuel Mall wrote: Chris, Thanks that's great I think I understand. Cool. Thanks for all your help. Last (is there ever?) question: How can I run a testcase and test my checks.../checks section? Do I have to somehow invoke Jeremias LayoutEngineTestSuite? And if so what's the best way

Re: svn: eol-style

2005-08-05 Thread Chris Bowditch
Victor Mote wrote: Jeremias Maerki wrote: Well, for XML Files this is not a big problem usually, but for Java files it usually is. But for text files in general, native EOLs make life easier for certain people. Furthermore, I don't see any such conventions documented (which doesn't mean

Re: external-graphics supported formats

2005-08-09 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: BMP and GIF cause exceptions. That's not so good. Bad news indeed. Is this something worthwhile to further investigate or are these known issues not considered important at the moment? I consider this relatively important. There are certain problems in image

Re: API discussion (revived)

2005-08-22 Thread Chris Bowditch
The Web Maestro wrote: On Aug 21, 2005, at 11:39 AM, Simon Pepping wrote: On Sun, Aug 21, 2005 at 08:29:03AM +0200, Jeremias Maerki wrote: On the other side, maybe we should really take the time to write up a short specification for the API and to have that voted on. After all, this is the

Re: JAXG snapshot available

2005-08-22 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: I've cleaned up JAXG and published it on my website: http://www.jeremias-maerki.ch/dev/jaxg/ Comments are welcome. I thought the main problem with the current proposal was Sun's objection to the name JAXG? Aren't you going to rename it before proceeding further?

Re: enhancing rtf support

2005-08-24 Thread Chris Bowditch
Peter Herweg wrote: Hello fop-team, i'd like to spend again some time with enhancing the RTF support. I have been inactive for over a year now (sorry, i was quite busy). Do you want me to send patches, because i was inactive for such a long time? Or can i access the svn repository? I have

Re: Non-implemented props: border-*-precedence

2005-08-26 Thread Chris Bowditch
Finn Bock wrote: [Andreas L Delmelle] Any hint appreciated. I have added support for the default values in a TableBorderPrecedence property maker class. Since I have added a new file to SVN must I do something to make line ending right? Yes you need to set the SVN property

Re: percentages on i-p-d/b-p-d/height

2005-08-26 Thread Chris Bowditch
Finn Bock wrote: It sounds just like a job for the property system since it already deals with the corresponding properties and knows if a property is explicitly set. I don't think that there is an existing way to check if a fo is block-level but that can be added (like

Re: FOTree Table FOs -- definitely non-urgent, just probing...

2005-08-26 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: As all of the table FOs are direct descendants of FObj this is a reasonable thought. Might really be worthwhile. Yes I second that - go for it Andreas! snip/ Chris

Re: page-number and page-number-citation problem

2005-08-26 Thread Chris Bowditch
Luca Furini wrote: snip/ The computation, in itself, is easy, as the LineLM already has all the necessary information: line width, unadjusted width, available stretch and shrink. I think shrinking/stretching the spaces in the case where the guessed space doesnt match the actual is an

Re: DO NOT REPLY [Bug 36379] New: - [PATCH] Revised percentage resolution system

2005-08-30 Thread Chris Bowditch
Manuel Mall wrote: Fair enough, btw its not painful for me at all. I have joined the project with the goal to help to get FOP 1.0 out of the door in a relatively short timeframe (meaning months not years). To achieve that I am more than prepared to be pragmatic in the sense of getting things

Re: DO NOT REPLY [Bug 36379] New: - [PATCH] Revised percentage resolution system

2005-08-30 Thread Chris Bowditch
Victor Mote wrote: Chris Bowditch wrote: This is an excellent goal. Sometimes it is all too easy to aim for 100% perfection and then FOP gets stuck - just like it has been for 2 years prior to 2005. Compromise is the key to getting 1.0 out of the door. This is grossly foul. I don't

Re: DO NOT REPLY [Bug 36379] New: - [PATCH] Revised percentage resolution system

2005-08-30 Thread Chris Bowditch
Peter B. West wrote: snip/ Couldn't let that one go by, Chris. These issues, which were critical to the creation of both Folio and FOray, were being thrashed out around the beginning of 2003. You've been around long enough to know that, haven't you? So for more than two years, the pragmatic

Re: Let's write the release plan for the first preview release

2005-08-31 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: The subject says it all: http://wiki.apache.org/xmlgraphics-fop/ReleasePlanFirstPR This is open for discussion. I'd really love to get the first release out by the end of September. Thats a good objective. I've reviewed the plan and it looks good. I noticed that there

Re: [Xmlgraphics-fop Wiki] Update of ReleasePlanFirstPR by ChrisBowditch

2005-08-31 Thread Chris Bowditch
Luca Furini wrote: Chris Bowditch wrote: + * Conditional space support, i.e. space-before.conditionality=retain Chris, doesn't this work already? Sorry that line wasn't clear enough. I just meant space-before.conditionality should be fully implemented = discard should work too

Re: [Xmlgraphics-fop Wiki] Update of ReleasePlanFirstPR by ChrisBowditch

2005-08-31 Thread Chris Bowditch
Luca Furini wrote: Chris Bowditch wrote: I just knocked up a small test case and although retain is honoured, discard is ignored. I knew it wasn't quite yet working but didn't realise retain was working :) I'll update the Wiki. Could you please also attach your file? Here is the sample

Re: [Xmlgraphics-fop Wiki] Update of ReleasePlanFirstPR by ChrisBowditch

2005-08-31 Thread Chris Bowditch
Luca Furini wrote: Chris Bowditch wrote: Here is the sample: Thanks! I have tested a simple sequence of blocks with conditional spaces and the output seems ok; the output of the testcase space-block2.xml seems correct too (I'm going to add checks). Not true, space-block2.xml does

Re: [Xmlgraphics-fop Wiki] Update of ReleasePlanFirstPR by ChrisBowditch

2005-08-31 Thread Chris Bowditch
Vincent Hennebert wrote: Chris, I'm afraid I don't agree with you here. You seem to mix up space conditionality and space precedence. See § 4.3 of the spec, and especially § 4.3.1, Space-resolution rules [1] Conditionality only stands for spaces that begin a reference area; as per the first

Re: [Xmlgraphics-fop Wiki] Update of ReleasePlanFirstPR by ChrisBowditch

2005-08-31 Thread Chris Bowditch
Manuel Mall wrote: Chris, do you really think that FOray font integration is a prerequisite for this release? I would have thought its more of a nice to have but not a requirement for this release. You are probably right, but my understanding was that Vincent isn't that far away from

Re: [OT] Something's going on...

2005-08-31 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: Just have a look at the number of messages for each month: http://mail-archives.apache.org/mod_mbox/xmlgraphics-fop-dev/ yes I have noticed the increase in activity. It's been hard to keep up with all the mails on this list over the last few days. It's a good sign

Re: [VOTE] Manuel Mall as new FOP committer

2005-09-05 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: Manuel Mall has been investing a tremendous amount of time and effort into making FOP better lately. The results were just great. It's been a pleasure to apply his patches, even though it ate up a lot of my time. ;-) Manuel has been around since at least late 2002, even

Re: Logging for FOrayFont

2005-09-05 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: I got a little shock when I realized a problem I didn't think of when we discussed moving FOP components over to XML Graphics Commons. We said we would try to remove logging code from these basic components entirely. Now, I forgot to consider the decision to use FOrayFont

Re: e-g with padding and borders

2005-09-05 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: I think you're reaching a point where you should understand exactly how the Knuth model works. I haven't looked at how conditionality is implemented very closely. Without diving deeper into this myself I'm unable to help right now other than to point you to

Re: Area Tree XML format as reloadable intermediate format

2005-09-08 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: It's time bring this on the table. I've started writing down a proposal for an intermediate format for FOP. All the details are on the wiki page: http://wiki.apache.org/xmlgraphics-fop/AreaTreeIntermediateXml Thoughts welcome. Looks good Jeremias. All I found wrong

Re: svn commit: r289531 - in /xmlgraphics/fop/trunk/src/java/org/apache/fop: fo/flow/Block.java layoutmgr/AbstractBreaker.java layoutmgr/BreakingAlgorithm.java layoutmgr/PageSequenceLayoutManager.java

2005-09-16 Thread Chris Bowditch
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Author: lfurini Date: Fri Sep 16 06:24:16 2005 New Revision: 289531 URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewcvs?rev=289531view=rev Log: Implemented the wrap-option property. The overflow property is not yet implemented, so at the moment if wrap-option = no-wrap and the text

Re: svn commit: r289531 - in /xmlgraphics/fop/trunk/src/java/org/apache/fop: fo/flow/Block.java layoutmgr/AbstractBreaker.java layoutmgr/BreakingAlgorithm.java layoutmgr/PageSequenceLayoutManager.java

2005-09-16 Thread Chris Bowditch
Chris Bowditch wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Author: lfurini Date: Fri Sep 16 06:24:16 2005 New Revision: 289531 URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewcvs?rev=289531view=rev Log: Implemented the wrap-option property. The overflow property is not yet implemented, so at the moment if wrap-option

Re: svn commit: r289531 - in /xmlgraphics/fop/trunk/src/java/org/apache/fop: fo/flow/Block.java layoutmgr/AbstractBreaker.java layoutmgr/BreakingAlgorithm.java layoutmgr/PageSequenceLayoutManager.java

2005-09-16 Thread Chris Bowditch
Luca Furini wrote: Chris Bowditch wrote: Hmmm I hate to be the bearer of bad news. But it seems that the change has broken text-align=right when used on table cells. All the regression tests pass, so I guess it working when text-align=right for regular blocks. D'oh! Could you please

Re: Characters and area traits

2005-09-16 Thread Chris Bowditch
Manuel Mall wrote: Still waiting for some feedback here from others. I am reluctant to change the interface to the renderers without other committers agreeing because such a change affects every renderer out there. On the other hand it feels a bit like a kludge to treat/represent fo:character

Re: svn commit: r289531 - in /xmlgraphics/fop/trunk/src/java/org/apache/fop: fo/flow/Block.java layoutmgr/AbstractBreaker.java layoutmgr/BreakingAlgorithm.java layoutmgr/PageSequenceLayoutManager.java

2005-09-16 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: The problem is the margin-right which establishes an end-indent. In the first table the end-indent is reset to 0mm on the table-body. You're not doing that in the second table. Therefore you get an inherited end-indent of 10mm in the second table and that's why the text

Re: txt-rendering

2005-09-22 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: Hi Sergey, would you please elaborate the modifications you suggest? I'd be very unhappy if we had to do changes in the layout engine just to accomodate the text renderer. I think I don't quite understand what you have in mind. I tend to agree. If the Text Renderer

Re: Problem with table-cell border

2005-10-10 Thread Chris Bowditch
Yury Litvinov wrote: Hi, would you please have a look at that FO example. == fo:table fo:table-column column-width=100pt/ fo:table-column column-width=100pt/ fo:table-body

Re: White space handling Wiki page

2005-10-20 Thread Chris Bowditch
Manuel Mall wrote: Manuel, I was close to throwing temporarily the proverbial towel into the ring with respect to whitespace handling. However an offline IM chat with Jeremias and writing the response to Stephen's post encouraged me to take a different approach. Instead of trying to

Re: zero width space

2005-11-01 Thread Chris Bowditch
Manuel Mall wrote: Currently if one puts a zero-width-space (U+200B) into an XSL-FO file (or specifies linefeed-treatment=treat-as-zero-width-space) it is rendered as a missing character in PDF. Is that correct, i.e. does this character have to exist in the font used or should the formatter

Re: A few new features

2005-11-07 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: Last week, I've had some time to hack on my notebook. Fun stuff only. I've finished a few things I started earlier and did some other things. Here's a list of what I've done. Since some of them might be controversial I want to give you a chance to object, just in case. So

Re: Sandbox area for renderers

2005-11-09 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: Given the recent comments concerning the ESP POS renderer, it looks like it would make sense to put certain renderers in a separate area. In Barcode4J I have a src/sandbox area. Self-speaking, I guess. Also taking the state that MIF, PCL and SVG output are in, it would be

Re: Preparing for the first release

2005-11-15 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: I agree with you two. Therefore, I've resurrected status.xml, added it to our website again and prepared it so we can start using it after the release. BTW, I think I'm through with all the things I wanted to do. What's left now: - write the README/release notes - Create

Re: Preparing for the first release

2005-11-15 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: On 15.11.2005 10:28:19 Chris Bowditch wrote: Sorry to be picky, but the word alpha gives the impression that the release is alpha quality. I'd say it was beta quality by now. Anyway, I thought in the past we had agreed on calling it 0.90pr1, with pr meaning preview

Re: fo:marker and white space

2005-11-16 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: Sounds like a good plan to me. Would you go after that? Jeremias: I have similar concerns to Manuel about this. Moving the handleWhitespace method to a different class is probably okay, but I don't think we should start making any major changes to Whitespace handling

Re: AFP Renderer for FOP

2005-11-29 Thread Chris Bowditch
Manuel Mall wrote: I have been working lately on an AFP Renderer for FOP. As a starting point I used http://afp-renderer.sourceforge.net. Some progress has been made and some very basic rendering under fop trunk is working. At the same time I have established contact with the original

Re: svn commit: r349740 - /xmlgraphics/fop/trunk/src/java/org/apache/fop/fo/pagination/Region.java

2005-12-12 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: On 09.12.2005 14:42:45 Luca Furini wrote: Relaxed validation for border and padding on region-*. I see that, at the moment, with relaxed validation FOP does no more stops with an error if a region has borders / padding, but anyway the borders and padding are not

Re: Beta release next week?

2005-12-14 Thread Chris Bowditch
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Jeremias, Jeremias Maerki [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote on 12/14/2005 08:33:47 AM: Given the number of bugs fixed and the feedback we got, I think it should be safe to do another release tagged beta. If you want to do this, then we should 'fix' the PDFTranscoder

Re: Beta release next week?

2005-12-14 Thread Chris Bowditch
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I thought this bug was fixed in Batik's SVN Head. If so, it will be fixed when we next do a release in Batik, and if people need a fix sooner then they can download Batik source and build it themselves. In general I agree, however it is extremely unlikely that

Re: API stabilization

2005-12-16 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: For the 0.90alpha1 release I've deprecated the Fop class' constructors with the integer parameter for renderer selection. Is it ok if I remove them before the beta release? Or does anybody still prefer the integers over the MIME type approach? I'm happy for the integer

Re: Hyphetation broken with last commits

2005-12-16 Thread Chris Bowditch
Adam Strzelecki wrote: snip/ instead options.getLogger().error(Exception, e); .. coz I needed to modify Main.java in order to see the stack trace. That's how its meant to work. If you want the stack trace then specify the -d option when running from the command line. Chris

Re: Great news! New Apache Members!

2005-12-21 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: It is with big pleasure that I can announce that we have two new Apache Members. Congratulations to Christian Geisert and Jörg Pietschmann!!! Both were elected during the last member's meeting at the ApacheCon in San Diego. Christian and Jörg seem to have made an

Re: svn commit: r360083 - in /xmlgraphics/fop/trunk: ./ src/java/org/apache/fop/fo/ src/java/org/apache/fop/fo/flow/ test/layoutengine/standard-testcases/

2006-01-04 Thread Chris Bowditch
Manuel Mall wrote: On Wed, 4 Jan 2006 03:51 am, Andreas L Delmelle wrote: Sorry to interject into this debate, but I have to say that I agree with Manuel and thought I'd better speak up as this debate doesn't appear to be making any progress. Thanks for trying to improve this important

Re: svn commit: r360083 - in /xmlgraphics/fop/trunk: ./ src/java/org/apache/fop/fo/ src/java/org/apache/fop/fo/flow/ test/layoutengine/standard-testcases/

2006-01-05 Thread Chris Bowditch
Andreas L Delmelle wrote: On Jan 4, 2006, at 13:10, Manuel Mall wrote: snip/ Ouch! This was one thing I indeed completely lost track of: the properties governing white-space-treatment and the like for the corresponding retrieve-marker... To add to all the fun, there is indeed no way

Re: xsl-functions on doc compliance

2006-01-05 Thread Chris Bowditch
gerhard oettl wrote: I always found the compliance page of the documentation a excelent help when to decide who is to blame: fop or me. What i am missing is the status of the xsl-funtions [from-parent(), etc]. If there is no objection i'll try to create a patch against xdocs/compliance.ihtml

Re: svn commit: r360083 - in /xmlgraphics/fop/trunk: ./ src/java/org/apache/fop/fo/ src/java/org/apache/fop/fo/flow/ test/layoutengine/standard-testcases/

2006-01-06 Thread Chris Bowditch
Andreas L Delmelle wrote: snip what=excellent summary/ [end-of-thread, I hope ;-)] Thanks for writing this summary Andreas. I for one, am a lot clearer on this now, and in full agreement with your proposed course of action. Thanks, Chris

Re: svn commit: r367395 - /xmlgraphics/fop/trunk/src/java/org/apache/fop/fo/XMLWhiteSpaceHandler.java

2006-01-12 Thread Chris Bowditch
Andreas L Delmelle wrote: On Jan 11, 2006, at 17:56, Andreas L Delmelle wrote: snip/ OK. So apparently, this has nothing to do with refinement white-space- handling, IIC. snip/ If I remove the border-* and padding-* properties, the trailing space area for the latter disappears...?

Re: Offline for the next 13 days

2006-01-16 Thread Chris Bowditch
Manuel Mall wrote: I am away on summer holidays for (nearly) the next fortnight without taking a laptop or having any intentions of spending time in Internet Cafes or the like. I don't blame you - have a good time! Chris

Re: Printing on HP Unix using FOP

2006-01-25 Thread Chris Bowditch
Gosselin, Michael wrote: Hello, We have installed FOP on our HP/Compaq Tru64 UNIX V5.1A (Rev. 1885) operating system. We've done this so I can develop a java program to print a PDF (or other similarly rendered file) to a printer. The documentation for fop -print help is, well, limited.

Re: Printing on HP Unix using FOP

2006-01-25 Thread Chris Bowditch
Gosselin, Michael wrote: I need it to actually print a rendered PDF file. I thought the command fop.sh -xml foo.xml -xsl foo.xsl -print Would work, but it doesn't. I get this output: [INFO] Using org.apache.xerces.parsers.SAXParser as SAX2 Parser [INFO] FOP 0.20.5 [INFO] Using

Re: Handling foreign content

2006-02-20 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: FOP should also stop to complain about certain foreign elements. The complaints are fine as a debugging aid, for example if someone makes a mistake with the namespace URI or the name of an element in a particular namespace. Here's where I got the idea that we could

Re: Combine FOP PDFBox efforts?

2006-03-10 Thread Chris Bowditch
Ben Litchfield wrote: snip/ I propose that classes in FOP's package be 'merged' into the PDFBox library and FOP utilize PDFBox for PDF functionality. I think we should do this for a variety of reasons; -PDFBox FOP benefit by gaining functionality -PDFBox FOP benefit by having a larger user

Re: Combine FOP PDFBox efforts?

2006-03-13 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: snip/ * Adopting PDFBox into the ASF is certainly an option if the people involved in PDFBox really want that. A full PDF library with parsing and rendering support might go beyond the XML Graphics' project boundaries, however. It might need to go into a separate

Re: Combine FOP PDFBox efforts?

2006-03-13 Thread Chris Bowditch
Ben Litchfield wrote: Jeremias, I'll start by answering your questions 1)What is minimum JDK required by PDFBox? PDFBox currently requires 1.4, because it uses ImageIO and a couple other things that make development much easier. PDFBox was compatible with 1.3 for a long time, but I made a

Re: [VOTE] Finalized API - Merge Temp_API_Finalization branch back into Trunk

2006-03-21 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: We need to finish the API discussion once and for all, especially since we need to get another release out of the door soon. I'm happy with the API as described in [1] and implemented in the Temp_API_Finalization branch, except for one item handled separately below.

Re: [VOTE] Finalized API - Merge Temp_API_Finalization branch back into Trunk

2006-03-21 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: On 21.03.2006 16:01:40 Chris Bowditch wrote: snip/ Whats the proposed replacement for setOutputStream() before I decide on my vote here? (The Wiki shows examples with it in) Whoops, the example wasn't updated. Just done that: http://wiki.apache.org/xmlgraphics-fop

Re: Generalized Knuth-Plass Linebreaking Algorithm

2006-04-04 Thread Chris Bowditch
Simon Pepping wrote: Hello, Some time ago Manuel Mall pointed out a number of problems with linebreaking in FOP. Specifically, there are some hard to solve problems with suppression of whitespace before a linebreak. This is excellent news Simon. I was a little concerned when Manuel pointed

Re: FOP Error in servlet logs

2006-04-05 Thread Chris Bowditch
D'Souza, Metrona (IT) wrote: Hi, I am continuously getting the following error in the servlet logs : [Wed Apr 05 06:11:19 EDT 2006] [ERROR] Logger not set [Wed Apr 05 06:11:19 EDT 2006] [WARNING] Screen logger not set - Using ConsoleLogger. [Wed Apr 05 06:11:19 EDT 2006] [INFO] Using

Re: How about a release?

2006-04-06 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: We originally wanted to do a release much earlier but I was always in the middle of something and I think I'm simply the only one who can allocate enough time to do an actual release (prove me wrong, please). I think I can make time next week to do a release of FOP and

Re: How about a release?

2006-04-07 Thread Chris Bowditch
Clay Leeds wrote: I'd like to see a release as well. But is this a new issue? Has it been resolved? No :( On Apr 6, 2006, at 11:50 AM, Peter S. Housel wrote: WDYT? From my perspective as a user, I think it's essential to fix the problem with preserving whitespace after a newline

Re: Return carriage

2006-04-07 Thread Chris Bowditch
Luis Fabiano wrote: snip/ The result I expect was a line like that 1000,1001,1002,1003,1004,1005...and go on But the line just continue as the end of the page simply don´t exist :-o We can't help you until you tell us which version of FOP you are using. BTW, this message should have

Re: Google Summer of Code

2006-04-19 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: Hi Jeremias, Hi Patrick, yes, I've seen that something's going on in that corner. After my experience last year, I was a bit hesitant to take another stab, but since we've already worked together, I'd be fine mentoring a little project. There are a lot of things that

Re: Squeezing content in block-container

2006-04-20 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: I've done a local hack that tries to squeeze all content of a block-container into the available area if that's possible based on the available shrink. I've done this by modifying PageBreakingAlgorithm.computeDemerits(): Can you take a step back and say what business

Re: DO NOT REPLY [Bug 39118] - [PATCH] Handling of page-number-citation-last

2006-04-26 Thread Chris Bowditch
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Jeremias, can you clarify some of the comments you made on this. It's not 100% clear to me. snip/ --- Additional Comments From [EMAIL PROTECTED] 2006-04-23 09:41 --- Pierre-Henri, I've applied your patch with modifications. See:

Re: PNCL and more...

2006-04-26 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: snip/ How about doing the collapsing border model? Or at least the reduced version of it? That shouldn't bite the auto table layout much and is probably challenging enough and, most of all, very welcome. Of the three topics discussed here, the collapsing border model is

Re: AFP Renderer

2006-04-27 Thread Chris Bowditch
Manuel Mall wrote: I just committed the first version of the AFP Renderer to the Sandbox. Thanks for all your hard work Manuel. This will be very useful :) snip/ Chris

Re: Media or paper tray selection in FOP

2006-05-09 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: snip/ Conclusion: Using the master-name approach instead of including printer-specific commands adds flexibility for media and paper tray selection. The only thing that will be useful is a parameter to FOP and/or an extension value in XSL-FO which specifies the actualy

Re: Media or paper tray selection in FOP

2006-05-09 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: On 09.05.2006 13:35:11 Chris Bowditch wrote: snip/ I'm sorry Jeremias, your arguments here have failed to convince me that your suggested approach is the best way. I'm still in favour of using extension elements for PS, PCL and AFP. It should be possible to add

Re: Media or paper tray selection in FOP

2006-05-09 Thread Chris Bowditch
Jeremias Maerki wrote: On 09.05.2006 16:04:37 Chris Bowditch wrote: Jeremias Maerki wrote: On 09.05.2006 13:35:11 Chris Bowditch wrote: snip/ Yes I agree that /MediaType is the most widely used way, but we have customers out there using /MediaPosition too. The bit I don't understand

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