De : Johan Andries [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Envoyé : jeudi 7 août 2003 11:21
À : email@example.com
Objet : imaging issues /FOPException
We’re having some problem with a document containing about 5 GIF images. We’re using the current Forrest cvs version. Is there a limitation to the amount of images that can be used, or is the size of a single image limited? Anyway, the error that shows up during static website generation is shown below:
X  projecten/m2ve_v1/meeting_verslagen.pdf BROKEN: org.apache.fop.apps.FOPE
xception: No meaningful layout in block after many attempts. Infinite loop is a
ssumed. Processing halted.
We have found out that using an image with a large width could crash the website generation on older Forrest cvs versions. Is this a known issue or should I reconfigure something in order to be able to play around with lots of (and possibly rather big) images?