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From Daniel Brown <Daniel.Br...@binarytree.com>
Subject Re: tags limit?
Date Fri, 28 Oct 2005 17:05:37 GMT
<P>I'm using 0.20.5 . Yes, I can run the debug. It will go on printing INFO[xxx] page
until INFO[1653] it dies with an out of memory exception. When I make the simple tag change
to break up the children and put them under numerous parents, I generate a 9 page PDF.</P><P>Regards,<BR><BR>Daniel</P><P>&nbsp;<BR><FONT
SIZE=2 STYLE=font-size:9pt><B>Andreas L Delmelle &lt;a_l.delmelle@pandora.be&gt;</B></FONT><BR><FONT
SIZE=2 STYLE=font-size:9pt>10/28/2005 06:34 PM ZE2Please respond tofop-users@xmlgraphics.apache.org</FONT><BR><BR>
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FACE="Monospace,Courier">On Oct 28, 2005, at 18:36, Daniel Brown wrote:<BR>&gt;
The file isn't very large actually. It's only a couple of pages.<BR>&gt; The situation
seems to have emerged as more and more tags were<BR>&gt; added to a parent tag (for
text formatting). There aren't many<BR>&gt; levels of nested tags, only a few. There
are no graphics. I<BR>&gt; actually generate PDF files in excess of 400 pages on
a regular<BR>&gt; basis. This is a much smaller file and a strange case. I found
if I<BR>&gt; broke up the parent -&gt; child into numerous parents -&gt;
child that<BR>&gt; FOP behaved normally again.<BR></FONT><BR><FONT
FACE="Monospace,Courier">Did this happen when using FOP Trunk or 0.20.5? If it's the former,<BR>and
you are at liberty to provide the base FO file, please do.<BR></FONT><BR><FONT
FACE="Monospace,Courier">But perhaps more important: have you tried running it with the
'-d'<BR>command-line option? Is there any indication about what's causing<BR>this
in the debug output?<BR></FONT><BR><FONT FACE="Monospace,Courier">Cheers,<BR></FONT><BR><FONT
FACE="Monospace,Courier">Andreas<BR></FONT><BR><BR><FONT FACE="Monospace,Courier">---------------------------------------------------------------------<BR>To
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