[scribus] External manipulation of a Scribus template

Aleksander Kujbida akujbida at gmail.com
Thu Jun 21 20:35:28 UTC 2012

Thanks, guys, very helpful. Looking into LaTex now as well.

On 21 June 2012 22:25, ale rimoldi <a.l.e at xox.ch> wrote:

> hi aleksander,
> > Thanks, a.l.e, it's a possible solution. It does require putting
> > Scribus on everyone's desktop, though.
> no, my answer was about pulling the content from a webinterface.
> you have one person doing the layout on scribus and pulling the content
> from a web interface by running a script.
> what the script exactly does, depends much on your requirements.
> and if it's possible to meet your needs with a script also depends on
> the details of the project.
> > We are quite happy to pay for services, and for some of our
> > requirements, prefer to do so than go through a painful learning
> > curve. We need now only to determine what we can achieve, and what
> > constraints are applicable to our objectives.
> basically, doable:
> - as long as you don't want scribus to run by itself but you have a
>  person controling the process
>  (well, you could probably have a script running forever on a computer
>  and doing the job... and it's also possible that a solution without
>  GUI can be found... but don't count on it)
> - as long as you don't have too many local character formatting to deal
>  with
> - as long as the text is well structured.
> and yes, depending on your needs alternatives like latex may be easier
> to use...
> ciao
> a.l.e
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