From: Alexander Peshkov (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Aug 03 2004 - 00:21:57 PDT
As a follow-up to my previous message a small correction just to make
it clear: you cannot mix percents and absolute values only in the
circumstances when formatter must have layout specific information
beforehand, i.e. when calculating containers widths etc. That is
exactly the case with your code since XEP complains about mixed
expression in specification of inline-progression-dimension (width).
Alexander Peshkov mailto:email@example.com
AP> Hello Michael,
AP> You cannot mix up percents and absolute values inside of expressions
AP> in the current version of XEP. This limitation described in our
AP> documentation, see http://xep.xattic.com/xep/doc/spec.html#Expressions
AP> Best regards,
AP> 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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