[Scribus] Extensions are great
Jan Ulrich Hasecke
Tue Feb 15 10:36:09 CET 2005
Am Dienstag, 15. Februar 2005 08:46 schrieb Craig Ringer:
> The main goal with the extension script code was to make it possible to
> use PyQt to add new palettes and windows to the Scribus GUI. I expect
> this to be useful for things like content management system interfaces.
> With things like content management systems, there's a lot of variation
> site-to-site and system-to-system, and the coding to interface to them
> tends to involve lots of networking etc. Python with PyQt should be well
> suited to writing the tools to integrate a site's content management
> system with Scribus. It looks like it's useful for OpenClipArt too ;-) .
Thanks for your notes about this.
I am using the Content Management System Plone which is based on Zope. Both
are written in Python. So your words are quite interesting for me. I know
that someone tries to use scribus as an PDF-Backend for a Zope-Site, to
export webpages as well designed PDF-pages. He fails because scribus does not
run in "server-mode".
The Zope Community is totally pythonic so perhaps it would be useful to have
some common discussions about this. If you like to get in touch with them
have a look at http://www.zope.org, http://plone.org or use som irc-channel
on freenode like #plone or #zope .
I am promoting scribus in the german Zope Community that means the DZUG e.V.
(http://www.zope.de) is doing its artwork with scribus.
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