Dominion Divider Generation
This is a script and library to generate card dividers for storing cards for the game Dominion. If you are just looking go generate some dominion dividers, there is no need to install this script as I host a live version of this generator code. However, if you want to use arguments that I don't expose on that page, or change the code, or contribute to the project the full generation code (not the web interface or the fonts) is included here, and contributions are more than welcome.
Again, to generate tabs go to the ***Online Generator***.
If you do need to install the package locally (the script provides a lot more options than the web-based generator), a simple
pip install domdiv should suffice, providing a command by the name of
dominion_dividers. However, see the note under Prerequisites->Fonts below as the default install will fall back on a font that doesn't match the cards (though most people don't notice). Run
dominion_dividers <outfile> to get a pdf of all dividers with the default options, or run
dominion_dividers --help to see the (extensive) list of options.
If you would like to help with translations to new (or updating existing) languages, please see [instructions here] (https://github.com/sumpfork/dominiontabs/blob/master/domdiv/card_db/translation.md).
You need the python packages for reportlab (http://www.reportlab.com/software/opensource/rl-toolkit/download/) and PIL (http://www.pythonware.com/products/pil/) installed. You can install them manually or use the included setup.py via 'python setup.py install' (perhaps run via 'sudo' if not in a virtual env) which should install everything for you.
I believe I cannot distribute one font (Minion Pro) domdiv uses as they are owned by Adobe with a License that I understand to disallow redistribution.
However, it appears you can download them here:
Alternatively, the font files are included with every install of the free Adobe Reader. For example, on Windows 7 they are in C:\Program Files (x86)\Adobe\Reader 9.0\Resource\Font called
Sadly, all these fonts use features that are not support by the reportlab package. Thus, they need to first be converted to ttf (TrueType) format. I used the open source package fontforge to do the conversion. Included as 'convert.ff' is a script for fontforge to do the conversion, on Mac OS X with fontforge installed through macports or homebrew you can just run
./convert.ff MinionPro-Bold.otf and
./convert.ff MinionPro-It.otf. With other fontforge installations, you'll need to change the first line of convert.ff to point to your fontforge executable. I have not done this step under Windows - I imagine it may be possible with a cygwin install of fontforge or some such method.
Copy the converted
.ttf files to the
fonts directory in the
domdiv package/directory, then perform the package install below.
Using as a library
The library will be installed as
domdiv with the main entry point being
domdiv.main.generate(options). It takes a
Namespace of options as generated by python's
argparser module. You can either use
domdiv.main.parse_opts(cmdline_args) to get such an object by passing in a list of command line options (like
sys.argv), or directly create an appropriate object by assigning the correct values to its attributes, starting from an empty class or an actual argparse
You can use
python setup.py develop to install the
dominion_dividers script so that it calls your checked out code, enabling you to run edited code without having to perform an install every time.
Feel free to comment on boardgamegeek at https://boardgamegeek.com/thread/926575/web-page-generate-tabbed-dividers or file issues on github (https://github.com/sumpfork/dominiontabs/issues).