Version 7 (modified by anonymous, 9 years ago) (diff)


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


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



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

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. It's 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 the zipped source from [download:pagetoodtplugin here].


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

Added ext hyperlink support.
Version Bump.



Author: cdevienne