[scribus-dev] Scribus implementation

cedric.gemy at gmail.com cedric.gemy at gmail.com
Mon Apr 14 18:55:49 UTC 2014


XML is a very important of Scribus. Its own format is XML and could be
generated with many technologies.
Scribus does a lot importing several XML file format like odt, idml, or
even Xhtml. each implementation is a bit different, but this shows there
are many options.

Of course, the way to do it mostly depends on your own preferred
technologies. Importers generally works with a C++/Qt plugin system, but
python might be usable through the Scribus scripter.

Actually, idml import is on development status even if results are
really interesting. You/We might do some tests on scribus svn build
before going that way.


Le 13/04/2014 19:04, Saravanan Kuppusamy a écrit :
> Hi,
> We are a typesetting company uses InDesign as core typesetting
> software with a benefit of InDesign automation. Largely we uses XML
> workflow, ie., we use XML as source of input to InDesign to generate PDF.
> I need your help. Could someone of you work with me for Scribus
> implementation? Prior to that, I wanted to understand whether XML
> supports Scribus like InDesign.
> Thanks in advance.
> Best wishes,
> Saravanan
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