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Bug #45318 table colspec rendering issues
Submitted: 2008-06-20 00:41 UTC Modified: 2009-01-01 23:59 UTC
From: Assigned: bjori (profile)
Status: Closed Package: Doc Build problem
PHP Version: Irrelevant OS: Mac
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2008-06-20 00:41 UTC]
The Internals documentation has render issues. Example:

Notice how extremely narrow those tables are. Example XML:

 <colspec colnum="1" colname="col1" colwidth="1.02*"/>
 <colspec colnum="2" colname="col2" colwidth="1.00*"/> 

Although the small number difference of colwidth is odd, our rendering should still work even if updating the XML is preferred. The * of colspec[1] should be recognized. 

The following is found in the generated HTML:

 <col align="left" width="1" />
 <col align="left" width="1" />



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 [2008-06-20 06:58 UTC]
From the spec: "ColWidth specifies the desired width of the relevant column. It can be either a fixed measure using one of the CALS units (36pt, 10pc, etc.) or a proportional measure. Proportional measures have the form ?number*?, meaning this column should be number times wider than a column with the measure ?1*? (or just ?*?). These two forms can be mixed, as in ?3*+1pc?."
 [2008-07-27 15:29 UTC]
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 [2009-01-01 23:59 UTC]
This bug has been fixed in CVS. Since the websites are not directly
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across the globe to all mirror sites, including itself.

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