Affects Version/s: trunk
Fix Version/s: None
Environment:Operating System: All
External issue ID:41631
I've seen examples where a percentage was used in
proportional-column-width(numeric). FOP raises an error in this case, but I
think that's wrong. The spec says:
"Percentages are values that are counted in 1/100 units. That is, 10% as a
percentage value is 0.10 as a floating point number."
"For example, a value of "110%" on a "font-size" property would be evaluated to
mean 1.1 times the current font size. Such a definition of the allowed
conversion for percentages is specified on the property definition. If no
conversion is specified, the resulting value is a percentage."
I interpret this so that the proportional-column-width(20%) is, in this case,
simply converted to the numeric value 0.2. So if you consistently use
percentages to specify the column widths you'd get the expected result.
- Get feedback if this view is correct.
- Write a test case
- Fix the problem