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Subject [Xmlgraphics-fop Wiki] Update of "SpaceResolution/Examples" by JeremiasMaerki
Date Wed, 21 Sep 2005 07:39:48 GMT
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The following page has been changed by JeremiasMaerki:
http://wiki.apache.org/xmlgraphics-fop/SpaceResolution/Examples

The comment on the change is:
Examples under a separate page

New page:
Back to SpaceResolution.

== Example 0 ==

This is the one from the spec (in chapter 4.3.1).

{{{
<fo:block space-before="10pt">
  <fo:block space-before="4pt" space-before.conditionality="retain">
    <fo:block space-before="5pt">
      In olden times when wishing still helped one, there lived a king whose daughters
    </fo:block>
  </fo:block>
</fo:block>
}}}

The 10pt space is suppressed due to rule 1. It is conditional and begins a reference area.

The rest of the spaces are non-forcing, so rule 2 is skipped.

The 4pt space is suppressed under rule 3. It has the same precedence as the 5pt space but
has a smaller optimum length. Since there will only be one resolved space it will be 5pt.

== Example 1 ==

A simple (conditional) space.

{{{
<fo:block>first block</fo:block>
<fo:block space-before="10pt">second block</fo:block>
}}}

'''Element list:'''

{{{
box w=lh for first block

penalty w=0 p=0 for the break possibility

aux glue w=10pt for the space in case there is no break

box w=lh for second block
}}}

== Example 2 ==

A non-conditional space.

{{{
<fo:block>first block</fo:block>
<fo:block space-before="10pt" space-before.conditionality="retain">second block</fo:block>
}}}

'''Element list:'''

{{{
box w=lh for first block

penalty w=0 p=0 for the break possibility

box w=0 //auxiliary element for the following penalty
penalty p=INF //conditionality=retain
aux glue for space-before

box w=lh for second block
}}}

== Example 3 ==

The collapsing of the adjacent conditional spaces according to rule 3.

{{{
<fo:block space-after="10pt">first block</fo:block>
<fo:block space-before="10pt">second block</fo:block>
}}}

'''Break between the blocks:'''

We have two S' which each contains one space specifier.

S'[1]: The space-after on the first block is suppressed because it is conditional and ends
a reference-area. (rule 1)

S'[2]: The space-before on the second block is suppressed because it is conditional and begins
a reference-area. (rule 1)

'''No break between the blocks:'''

S' consists of both space-specifiers in this example (Case 3a under 4.2.5. Stacking Constraints).

Rule 1 does not apply. No forcing space-specifiers (rule 2). Both non-forcing space-specifiers
collapse to a single space with 10pt.

'''Element list:'''

{{{
box w=lh for first block

penalty w=0 p=0 for the break possibility

aux glue w=10pt for the space in case there is no break

box w=lh for second block
}}}

== Example 4 ==

{{{
<fo:block space-after="10pt" space-after.conditionality="retain">first block</fo:block>
<fo:block space-before="10pt">second block</fo:block>
}}}

'''Break between the blocks:'''

We have two S' which each contains one space specifier.

S'[1]: No space-specifiers are suppressed.

S'[2]: The space-before on the second block is suppressed because it is conditional and begins
a reference-area. (rule 1)

'''No break between the blocks:'''

S' consists of both space-specifiers in this example (Case 3a under 4.2.5. Stacking Constraints).

Rule 1 does not apply. No forcing space-specifiers (rule 2). Both non-forcing space-specifiers
collapse to a single space with 10pt.

'''Element list:'''

(10pt|0pt vs. 10pt)

{{{
box w=lh for first block

box w=0
penalty p=INF //conditionality=retain
aux glue w=10pt for space-after

penalty w=0 p=0 for the break possibility

box w=lh for second block
}}}

== Example 5 ==

{{{
<fo:block space-after="10pt" space-after.conditionality="retain">first block</fo:block>
<fo:block space-before="10pt" space-before.conditionality="retain">second block</fo:block>
}}}

'''Break between the blocks:'''

We have two S' which each contains one space specifier.

S'[1]: No space-specifiers are suppressed.

S'[2]: No space-specifiers are suppressed.

'''No break between the blocks:'''

S' consists of both space-specifiers in this example (Case 3a under 4.2.5. Stacking Constraints).

Rule 1 does not apply. No forcing space-specifiers (rule 2). Both non-forcing space-specifiers
collapse to a single space with 10pt.

'''Element list:'''

(10pt|10pt vs. 10pt)

{{{
box w=lh for first block

box w=0
penalty p=INF //conditionality=retain
aux glue w=10pt for space-after

penalty w=0 p=0 for the break possibility

aux glue w=-10pt for the difference when no break occurs

box w=0
penalty p=INF 
aux glue w=10pt for space-before

box w=lh for second block
}}}

== Example 6 ==

{{{
<fo:block space-after="10pt" space-after.conditionality="retain">first line</fo:block>
<fo:block space-before="10pt" space-before.conditionality="retain">
  <fo:block space-before="6pt" space-before.precedence="force">second line</fo:block>
  third line
</fo:block>
}}}

'''Break at the first break possibility:'''

We have two S':

S'[1]: space-after is not suppressed.

S'[2]: non-conditional space-before="10pt" and a forcing space-before="6pt". The "10pt" space
gets suppressed under rule 2.

'''No break between the blocks:'''

S' consists of all three space-specifiers in this example (similar to case 3b under 4.2.5.
Stacking Constraints).

Rule 1 does not apply. "6pt" space is forcing, the other spaces are suppressed.

'''Element list:'''

(10pt|6pt vs. 6pt)

{{{
box w=lh for first block

box w=0
penalty p=INF //conditionality=retain
aux glue w=10pt for space-after

penalty w=0 p=0 for the break possibility

aux glue w=-10pt for the difference when no break occurs

box w=0
penalty p=INF 
aux glue w=6pt for space-before

box w=lh for second block
}}}

== Example 7 ==

{{{
<fo:block space-after="10pt" space-before.precedence="3">first line</fo:block>
<fo:block space-before.optimum="10pt" space-before.maximum="15pt" space-before.precedence="3">
  <fo:block space-before="6pt" space-before.precedence="2">second line</fo:block>
  third line
</fo:block>
}}}

'''Break at the first break possibility:'''

We have two S':

S'[1]: space-after is suppressed under rule 1.

S'[2]: Both space-before are suppressed under rule 1.

'''No break between the blocks:'''

S' consists of all three space-specifiers in this example.

Rule 1 does not apply. The "6pt" space is suppressed under rule 3 (lower precedence). The
two remaining space have the same optimum, but the second one extends the maximum for the
resolved space specifier.

'''Element list:'''

(0pt|0pt vs. (min=10pt,opt=10pt,max=15pt)

{{{
box w=lh for first block

penalty w=0 p=0 for the break possibility

aux glue w=10pt y=5pt z=0pt for the difference when no break occurs

box w=lh for second block
}}}

== Example 8 ==

Bringing border and padding into play.

{{{
<fo:block space-before="10pt" padding-before="5pt" border-before-style="solid" border-before-width="2pt">
  <fo:block space-before="6pt">first line</fo:block>
  second line
</fo:block>
}}}

We ignore the break possibility before the second line because it is irrelevant for this example.
All spaces, paddings and borders are conditional. Since we begin a reference-area here, according
to 4.3.1, the widths for border and padding both collapse to zero, so S' consists of both
space-specifiers in this example. Both space-specifiers are conditional and are therefore
suppressed under rule 1.

'''Element list:'''

{{{
box w=lh for first line

penalty w=0 p=0 for the break possibility

box w=lh for second line
}}}

== Example 9 ==

Bringing border and padding into play (continued).

{{{
<fo:block space-before="10pt" padding-before="5pt" border-before-style="solid" border-before-width="2pt"
border-before-width.conditionality="retain">
  <fo:block space-before="6pt">first line</fo:block>
  second line
</fo:block>
}}}

We ignore the break possibility before the second line because it is irrelevant for this example.
All spaces and paddings are conditional. Only the border is non-conditional (the only change
to the previous example). We begin a reference-area here, but the border interrupts the suppressing
of elements like in the previous example. So only the first space-before is suppressed. After
that the border is added and so is the padding as it is not suppressed under the conditionality
rule anymore. The same applies to the second space-before.

'''Element list:'''

{{{
box w=7pt (2pt border + 5pt padding)
box w=0
penalty p=INF
glue w=6pt (space-before)

box w=lh for first block

penalty w=0 p=0 for the break possibility

box w=lh for second block
}}}

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