[Scribus] Managing page break in OpenOffice documents

PLinnell mrdocs
Fri Dec 9 12:39:07 CET 2005

On Friday 09 December 2005 12:20, Fabien Z wrote:
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> On Thu, Dec 08, 2005 at 11:02:33AM +0100, Fabien Z wrote:<br>
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>     <pre wrap=""><span class="moz-txt-citetags">&gt; </span>So my
> question is : is there a way to tell Scribus that a page break in
> <span class="moz-txt-citetags">&gt; </span>OO should be interpreted
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> If it doesn't do it already, then most likely it's not supported at
> present. However, Scribus does support column breaks (at least in
> 1.3.x), and though I don't think it does page breaks yet the two
> are equivalent if you have only one single-column frame in the
> linked series per page.
> Extending the OpenOffice.org Writer importer to suppport reading in
> page breaks probably wouldn't be too hard, nor creating them in
> Scribus as part of the import process. I say "probably" because I
> haven't investigated either, it's an impression only.
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> Craig Ringer
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> Ok, if I understand your point, the import process is related to
> the GetText method ?<br>
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> Besides, I have downloaded Scribus source files and I began looking
> at them (just to see how Scribus is inside as I understand C++) and
> I was just wondering if there is some developper doc somewhere. I
> just found something about GetText and plugins but nothing to
> explain the architecture of the code for example.<br>
> <br>
> And anyway, it seem that working on OpenOffice macros and Scribus
> scripts will fit my needs. I am investingating this side of the
> problem rigth now.<br>
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> Thank you,<br>
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> Fabien<br>
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You can get the doxygen docs here:

Not a lot of other documentation is available at the moment except for 
the plugins and get text.

Large parts of the code are getting re-written/re-factored in 1.3.x 
cvs. The best way to find something out is to join IRC and ask.



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