Missing DocTypes #37

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lars-sh commented Feb 16, 2012

Added missing doctypes and file extensions.

Set "html" as default file extension for "html" and "xhtml".

Removed doubled "html" filter name. HTML Web Document Template is now called "htmlt".

* Added missing doctypes and file extensions.
* Set "html" as default file extension for "html" and "xhtml".

dagwieers commented Feb 16, 2012

Related to issue #20


lars-sh commented Feb 16, 2012

On line 756 (see https://github.com/lars-sh/unoconv/blob/master/unoconv#L756 ) you use it to get the input format...

Personally I'm not using global documents at all, but there's some documentation about it over at http://help.libreoffice.org/Writer/Master_Documents_and_Subdocuments .


lars-sh commented Mar 2, 2012

I didn't find an English help page for it. But Google Translate should do it, too.

Please, just check out http://www.ooowiki.de/GlobalDokument .


dagwieers commented Sep 10, 2012

@lars-sh We've made quite a few changed for the v0.6 release. I would like to start merging your pull-requests, can you request a new pull that can automatically be merged ? I approve of all the changes in this patch (if still applicable).

Thanks in advance !

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lars-sh commented Sep 10, 2012

Do you know how to update http://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Framework/Article/Filter/FilterList_OOo_3_0 for the latest LibreOffice release?


dagwieers commented Sep 10, 2012

I documented something here:

but it's far from complete. In fact I would like to hook up unoconv directly into the FilterFactory (see issue #20) so it works with the filters of the office we are connecting to. In the meantime we're stuck with what we have :-/ But I am open to anything that improves the situation or fixes #20 :-)


lars-sh commented Sep 17, 2012

Okay, just notice, we issuing two things in one discussion right now. Referring to #20 for "having a complete list of supported formats" while keeping:

Currently there are four different doctypes. Even though LibreOffice itself defines eight. It shouldn't be a problem to use all defined ones.

I recomment to leave this issue request as-is in order to come back here after solving #20.


dagwieers commented Sep 17, 2012

That's up to you. This issue is better understood than #20 and easier to solve (i.e. already solved once) ;-)

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