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Re: [docbook-apps] Bad page breaks and <beginpage/>

On Thu, Jun 12, 2003 at 10:21:58PM +0200, Martin Stemplinger wrote:
> On Mi Jun 11 2003 at 23:31, "John W. Shipman" <> wrote:
> > But with our current DocBook production cycle (Modular
> > Stylesheets 1.60.1, xsltproc, and fop) I often get a page
> > break right between a section title or subsection title
> > and the following paragraph.
> >
> > Is there a reasonably easy solution to this problem?
> Here is a quick hack bob Stayton recommended some time ago on this
> list. Insert something like this where you want a page break:
>  <?pagebreak?>
> And add this to your stylesheet customization layer:
> <xsl:template match="processing-instruction('pagebreak')">
>     <fo:block break-after="page"/>
> </xsl:template>

This method is painful if you edit the document
and have to remove and insert new page breaks.

A better solution is to use an FO processor that handles
the keeps, such as XEP or AntennaHouse.  You said you
wanted an easy solution, not a free solution.  8^)


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