On Tuesday, October 04, 2011 23:01:54 e-letter wrote:
Having become a fan of the flat xml format, this option in LO seems
most interesting and viable.
An often ignored feature of OO was the ability to create xforms (still
evident in LO? No idea). The initial question to understand is when
flat xml LO documents are most appropriate instead of the current
default behaviour to create archive xml files.
Without understanding the details, it seems intuitive that LO fodt
documents could be embedded within html5, similarly to (x)html and
Don't know what the next step would be; now for another person to comment!
I'm not really sure what embedding odt documents within html5 actually means.
In the DOM? embedded, like a picture? something else?
But if you want to see how you can view a file in the open document format
(please! not libreoffice or openoffice format) then you can check out
unpacks the zip store and transforms the odf styles to css and then shows the
document using the browser renderer. It's very efficient.
So far it's mostly for viewing, but editing featues are being added.
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