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A flowable is a "floating element" in a document whose exact position is determined by the
other elements that precede it, such as a paragraph, a diagram interspersed between paragraphs,
a section header, etcetera.  Examples of non-flowables include page numbering annotations,
headers, footers, fixed diagrams or logos, among others.

Flowables are defined here as objects which know how to determine their size and which
can draw themselves onto a page with respect to a relative "origin" position determined
at a higher level. The object's draw() method should assume that (0,0) corresponds to the
bottom left corner of the enclosing rectangle that will contain the object. The attributes
vAlign and hAlign may be used by 'packers' as hints as to how the object should be placed.(more...)

src/s/d/sdaps-HEAD/sdaps/report/buddies.py   sdaps(Download)
from xml.sax.saxutils import escape
 
import flowables
import answers
 

src/s/d/sdaps-HEAD/sdaps/report/answers.py   sdaps(Download)
_ = ugettext
 
import flowables
 
 

src/o/p/openerp-extra-6.1-HEAD/c2c_reporting_tools/__init__.py   openerp-extra-6.1(Download)
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import core
import flowables
import templates
import reports