celsojr2008 at gmail.com
Mon Oct 4 18:29:31 CEST 2010
Well, for some time I've being working on a solution for imposiing,
not just for scribus, but for any workflow wich depends on pdf
First I created an application called EasyPose, but could not really
do a correct job due to the unhappy choice of development directions I
got, (using gambas :P )
The idea was good but I could not follow it staying away from a trully
OpenSource Project philosofy , where EasyPose could really benefit it
It means I should rewrite EasyPose from scratch, using C++, QT (or
gtk) and so on, and it was not my secure domain at the time.
It happens that I throwed away the Gui and created a core, wich would
work, (as concept) as an Independent tool for imposition. No Gui but
it does the job.
there it is the core:
If there are good souls to join the idea of creating a professional
(and standard compilant) OpenSource imposition tool, just call me.
2010/10/4 JLuc <jluc at no-log.org>:
> Le 03/10/2010 23:38, Alexandre Prokoudine a écrit :
>> On 10/4/10, John Jason Jordan wrote:
>>> It would be nice if imposition could be done within Scribus. But there
>>> are already outside tools to do the job.
>> Please be so good as to rate their usability in 1 to 10 units of your
>> choice (stars etc.)
>> I rate them as 1. I'd pick 0, but then I asked for 1-10 range. Gotta
>> stick to my own rules.
> "Let the printer do the job" tool is pretty close to 10 :
> * * * * * * * * * *
> As for me, it has never failed to work properly, nicely, with no bugs
> and a very short learning time required : any proper photocopyshop tenant
> or printer man is used to do it.
> Furthermore, the 3 quite-low-budget printers I have used over the last 6
> have also the 'booklet' options embedded in their driver.
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