From: Alexander Peshkov (email@example.com)
Date: Tue Aug 03 2004 - 00:04:16 PDT
You cannot mix up percents and absolute values inside of expressions
in the current version of XEP. This limitation described in our
documentation, see http://xep.xattic.com/xep/doc/spec.html#Expressions
Alexander Peshkov mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org
MS> I ran into a problem today with XEP 3.8. I have some reasonably complex
MS> bits of XSLT that ended up (in one particular, unusual case) producing
MS> an expression of the form:
MS> "100% - -5.4pt"
MS> in my XSL file.
MS> I had a look at the grammar defined in the XSL specification, and as far
MS> as I understand it, this is permitted.
MS> XEP says this, though:
MS> XEP Warning: Bad attribute inline-progression-dimension: Could not
MS> evaluate expression (100.0% - -5.386pt) in attribute
MS> I can work around this for the moment, but I'd appreciate anyone a bit
MS> more knowledgeable about this stuff letting me know if my original
MS> version was legal (i.e. is this an XEP bug?)
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