Wed Apr 11 19:35:38 CEST 2007
Craig Bradney-2 wrote:
>> On 4/11/07, Michael Koren wrote:
>> > My approach is not to directly write support for any particular input
>> > format, but rather to allow the user to define arbitrary input filters
>> > ("sequence selectors") to parse any format and convert it to structured
>> > Scribus objects that I will write support for, which can then be
>> > from the GUI and/or processed with layout styles based on their
>> > and/or input tags.
> Please be in contact with Riku who did a Finnish GSoC project last summer
> for the reimplementation of text import filters (to be included in Scribus
> 1.3.6). There might be some common code or goals there.
That was in fact what I had in mind, using the text import engine and adding
anything needed for stuctured input and/or applying layout styles.
Didn't he say on the list once that he's already going to support structured
input? That would mean I only need to add the support for applying my
sequence break codes and layout styles to the scribus output so my engine
can use it.
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