[odf-devel] Experience report
Soren.Roug at eea.europa.eu
Wed May 30 03:16:17 EDT 2007
I hadn't actually thought much about convenience methods. I'm focussing on getting it to follow the ODF spec more closely. It would definitely make sense to add methods to quickly generate master-pages for ODP, ODT and ODG in several standard formats such as Letter (common in America), A5, A4 etc.
If you wish to contribute, get in touch with me.
Sincerely yours / Med venlig hilsen, Søren Roug <soren.roug at eea.europa.eu>
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|| Hi all,
|| I'm using odfpy for a few months, in order to generate nice
|| data reports with
|| color clues and other formatting hint which makes .ods the
|| ideal file format.
|| As a python programer, odfpy is a great lib, and quite
|| feature-full at
|| low-level, which is especially enjoyable.
|| Yet in order to be even more popular, it would be nice to
|| add more easy to use
|| convenience high-level API, like
|| odf.ooostyles.addOOoStandardStyles do.
|| Thanks for the developers of this great library
|| -- Benjamin
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