Affects Version/s: 0.94
Fix Version/s: None
Environment:Operating System: Windows XP
External issue ID:44343
Error occurs in the combination of <fo:inline> of font-size="smaller"/"bigger"
within <fo:block> of font-size in percentage. The error is "getBaselength
called without context".
<fo:block font-style="normal" font-size="80%" role="html:div"
<fo:inline baseline-shift="super" font-size="smaller"
role="html:sup">th</fo:inline>of each month.
=====Original Post on fop-users mailing list===========
On Feb 1, 2008, at 18:36, Li, Hao wrote:
> You are right. The sample I posted actually works. I apologize not
> recognizing the real problem. It is tricky and only occurs in the
> combination of <fo:inline> of font-size="smaller"/"bigger" within
> <fo:block> of font-size in percentage:
OK, now I see it too.
I'll run it through the debugger, but already think I know what is going on.
The property resolution mechanism tries to resolve to smaller/larger font-
sizes too early. Percentages are resolved (mostly
anyway) during the layout-stage, where FOP tries to already resolve
the "smaller" keyword long before that.
I haven't tried yet, but using em's could also lead to trouble in combination
with percentages, as in:
Will keep you posted.