wiki:PageToOdtPlugin

Version 8 (modified by anonymous, 7 years ago) (diff)

typo correction

A plugin for exporting wiki pages as OpenDocument (.odt) files.

Description

This plugin add a 'OpenDocument' link at the bottom of Wiki pages.

Configuration

Dependencies

The plugin uses ElementTree. If you're using python 2.4, make sure it is installed. With python 2.5, you may need to change a bit the import instruction in the source since elementtree is present in this release of python. I will fix that ASAP.

Enable the plugin

[components]
pagetoodt.* = enabled

Configure it

The configuration of the plugin and the template odt file are read from a wiki page, PageToOdtStyles. This page must exist for the plugin to work. Its content is a key/value pair list defining what attached file to use as a template and what predefined styles to use :

{{{
style_standard = Corps de texte
style_heading_1 = Titre 1
style_heading_2 = Titre 2
style_heading_3 = Titre 3
style_heading_4 = Titre 4
style_heading_5 = Titre 5
style_heading_6 = Titre 6
style_heading_7 = Titre 7

style_unordered_list = Puce 1

style_ordered_list = Numérotation 1

style_inline = Texte source
style_bold = Accentuation forte
style_italic = Accentuation
style_bolditalic = Accentuation forte

template = empty.odt
}}}

Bugs/Feature Requests

Existing bugs and feature requests for PageToOdtPlugin are here.

If you have any issues, create a new ticket.

Download

Download the zipped source from here.

Source

You can check out PageToOdtPlugin from here using Subversion, or browse the source with Trac.

Recent Changes

[3314] by cdevienne on 2008-03-05 22:20:19
Disable a debugging purpose feature which make win32 deployment fail. This fix #2160.
[2650] by cdevienne on 2007-09-22 10:19:54
Applied patch #1736
[2511] by cdevienne on 2007-07-23 12:43:08
PageToOdtPlugin:

Added ext hyperlink support.
Version Bump.

Author/Contributors

Author: cdevienne
Contributors: