[Scribus] Comment about object tag names and xml file format
Wed Feb 27 15:47:10 CET 2008
Your a genius! I totally missed that when reading the XML code. It just goes to show that a good XML viewer is worthwhile then trying to read it in a text editor.
I'll have to experiment with PHP's SimpleXML functions and see what I can do with that.
From: scribus-bounces at kirsche.altmuehlnet.de [mailto:scribus-bounces at kirsche.altmuehlnet.de] On Behalf Of Pierre Marchand
Sent: Wednesday, February 27, 2008 3:32 AM
To: scribus at kirsche.altmuehlnet.de
Subject: Re: [Scribus] Comment about object tag names and xml file format
Vous avez ?crit?:
> Hi All,
> I wanted to comment on and get feedback from any developers lurking on
> object tag names and the associated xml elements in the 1.3.5 file
> I'm interested in developing a web-based tool that can manipulate
> Scribus docs and their XML like file structure. I would be programming
> it in PHP which has useful utilities for handling XML objects and can
> make OO objects out of XML elements. Basically the application would
> make use of predefined Scribus "Spec Ads" that can be customized via a
> web form that changes the text of tagged text elements in Scribus docs.
> Currently you can give objects a name in the properties box, but it
> does not appear to actually label or "id" the associated element
> within the file. For example, I create a text element and assign it
> the name of "tagline" in the properties box, I would expect that when
> I save the document and look at it's source code, the associated itext
> element would have an attribute named "id" with a value of "tagline".
> This would then allow me to in PHP to do a getElementById("tagline")
> and then have an object with the property "CH" which would contain the
> text that I could then manipulate.
> Tim Boyden
There is the "ANNAME" attribute of the parent "PAGEOBJECT" element of the "ITEXT" element (I somehow like/hate XML ;-) ) representing the TexfFrame which would be enough to get reach the acrual text content, no?
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