[Laszlo-dev] Re: remind me please...
steele at laszlosystems.com
Wed Feb 16 14:45:09 PST 2005
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On Feb 16, 2005, at 5:35 PM, Eric Bloch wrote:
> do we omit any compiler or runtime errors/warnings if you try?
No, but that's a stunningly good idea. I'll put them on the list.
For you smart MFs: We're building up a set of warnings that should be
signaled at compile time when static analysis can detect them, and
signaled at runtime otherwise. (Two others are warning about features
that are only supported in proxied mode, and XPath validation, but I
think there's quite a few more.) It sure would be nice to share code
between the compiler warning and the debugger warning implementations.
Any ideas? Is this when Adam reminds me that we should have used Rhino
to implement KRANK, and then we'd have this for free?
> Henry Minsky wrote:
>> As far as I know, device text cannot be rotated. Only embedded text.
>> device text cannot have an opacity that is not 100%, either. On Wed,
>> 16 Feb 2005 14:20:51 -0800, Eric Bloch <bloch at laszlosystems.com>
>>> If you want to display rotated text, you need to use an embedded
>>> right? Or are there other ways of doing this?
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