'keynote-to-text' is a simple script which converts Apple Keynote files into plain-text files. It requires Erlang to be installed on your machine. Usage:
$ git clone email@example.com:robertoaloi/keynote-to-text.git $ cd keynote-to-text $ make $ ./keynote-to-text /PATH/TO/SLIDESHOW.key
The output produced by the 'keynote-to-text' script currently contains two sections:
- The list of resources (e.g. images, videos) embedded in the slideshow
- A list of "strings" extracted from the slides
Ever had some Apple Keynote files under your git repository? Wouldn't it be nice if you could diff them to a certain extent? Include the following into your Git configuration file (i.e.
[diff "keynote"] binary = true textconv = /PATH/TO/KEYNOTE/keynote-to-text
Then, edit the Git attributes file as follows (e.g.
Now you can get diffs from your Apple Keynote files:
git diff awesome_slideshow.key
Some sample output from
git diff is shown below. You can notice how I have removed an image, edited some text and made a non-printable change on slide 82.
Clone it, try it, love it.
The script is not compatible with Apple Keynote 6 (yet). Pull requests are welcome.