From: Victor Mote (email@example.com)
Date: Sat Apr 03 2004 - 23:53:40 PST
Hello XEP crew:
Section 7.1 of the document "XSL Formatting Objects in XEP 3.7" says:
"Line break is forced by explicit linefeed characters: U+000A, U+000D,
U+2028, U+2029, unless they are suppressed by linefeed normalization;"
By "linefeed normalization", I assume you mean the linefeed-treatment
attribute. However, linefeed-treatment seems to only apply to U+000A
(although I suppose that they mean U+000D and combinations of the two also).
Section 13.2 of the Unicode 3.0 standard describes U+2028 as an "unambiguous
character ... line separator...". Is there a mechanism in XEP that will
allow one to do *both* of the following: 1) treat U+000A (and U+000D) as
spaces (the default behavior), and 2) force a line break at U+2028?
TIA for your help. I am very impressed with the quality of your product and
of your support. Please keep up the good work.
Victor Mote (mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org)
Portage Publications (www.portagepub.com)
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