Export wiki pages as OpenDocument (ODT)
This plugins can convert a wiki page to an OpenDocument Text file (ODT).
The file can be opened with any compatible office suite, such as OpenOffice, KOffice, IBM Symphony, etc. Currently, it's only been tested with OpenOffice.
The XSLT stylesheets come from the XHTML2ODT project.
This plugin was tested with Trac version 0.11. Please ensure the following python modules are installed before installing this plugin:
Refer to the Trac plugin documentation for details on how to build and install plugins and macros. You will probably have to enable the plugin by editing the components section of your trac.ini, for example:
[components] odtexport.* = enabled
After installing, a new alternative format should appear on the bottom of each wiki page, next to the "Plain Text" link.
In trac.ini, you can setup a few options :
- get_remote_images (boolean, defaults to true) : whether the plugin should download the remote images
- replace_keyword (string, defaults to TRAC-ODT-INSERT) : the string in the ODT template file to replace with the wiki page content. This keyword must be unstyled and alone on its own line. If not present, the wiki content will be appended to the template.
- cut_start_keyword (string, defaults to TRAC-ODT-CUT-START) and cut_stop_keyword (string, defaults to TRAC-ODT-CUT-STOP) : the text between these strings in the ODT template will be removed. See note below for the reason for these tags.
- dpi (integer, defaults to 96) : the screen DPI.
- img_default_width (string, defaults to 8cm) : the width of an exported image when the plugin can't compute it.
- img_default_height (string, defaults to 6cm) : the height of an exported image when the plugin can't compute it.
- remove_macros (list, defaults to PageOutline, TracGuideToc, TOC) : the macros which will be removed on export. This is mainly because the table of contents should be handled in the ODT directly, not by generating a list of links. Warning, if these macros are in a sub-page included by the IncludeMacro (or similar), they will not be removed. In the specific case of IncludeMacro however, there is a patch available to fix that.
Those options must be put under a [odtexport] section in the ini file, such as :
[odtexport] get_remote_images = False replace_keyword = REPLACE_ME
About the TRAC-ODT-CUT-START and TRAC-ODT-CUT-STOP tags
In an ODT file, the only styles that will be saved are the styles which are applied to some content in the document. If you want to create an empty ODT document for this plugin, and still want to define styles which will be applied to the wiki content, you have to write some dummy text, apply the styles to this text, and surround the text in the TRAC-ODT-CUT-START and TRAC-ODT-CUT-STOP tags. This way, the styles will be retained in the ODT file, but the dummy text will be removed on export.
Choosing a template
The default template is named wikipage.odt. You can use a custom template by creating a file with this name and putting it in the templates directory of your Trac instance. This template will be used by default for all the pages.
You can also create other ODT files to be used as templates, and put them in the same directory. Then, you can use a special macro in the wiki page to choose the template. This macro is OdtTemplate and can be used as such: [[OdtTemplate(my_other_template)]]. The .odt suffix will be appended, don't put it in the macro.
Finally, you can simply attach the template to the page, and use the OdtTemplate macro to select it.
The order of preference when looking for the template file is:
- in the page's attachments
- in the Trac instance's templates directory
- in the OdtExportPlugin's templates directory
The first found is used.
If you have any issues, create a new ticket.
Download the zipped source from here.
Once installed, a new entry shows up below the Download in other formats section at the end of the page. Click and save to disk, and open with a compatible office suite such as OpenOffice.
Fixes #9877: Fixed UnicodeEncodeError when trying to export a wiki page with unicode characters in the page name.
Refs #8157: Support different styles of importing PIL.
Add patch by Daniel Kahn Gillmor (#9199)