Re: why no keeps and breaks properties for fo:block?

Subject: Re: why no keeps and breaks properties for fo:block?
From: Stephen Deach <sdeach@xxxxxxxxx>
Date: Fri, 30 Jul 1999 09:14:53 -0700
I believe this is an error in the specification, I will add it to the items
to be reviewed/confirmed for the next draft.
---SDeach, Editor of the XSL Specification

At 11:08 1999-07-30 -0400, Randy Hudson wrote:
>In the XSL draft 1999-04-21, the properties of fo:block do
>not include the Common Keeps and Breaks Properties. What is
>the rationale for this?
>The common uses of fo:block include titles and headlines. It's
>common formatting to break before a chapter title, say, or to
>ensure that a section title doesn't end up at the very bottom of
>a page. Such an fo:block could always be wrapped in an
>fo:display-included-container, which does allow keeps and
>breaks properties, so this is not a technical limitation of
>XSL -- it just leaves me curious as to why fo:block doesn't
>support these properties directly.  What am I missing?
>Randy Hudson  rgh@xxxxxxxxxxxx
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