On Wed, 9 Nov 2005, Peter Karman wrote:
> ... Given that SWISH::Filter doesn't handle multiple files and/or
> compressed files, you might be better off writing your own filtering
> program (in whatever language) and feeding that directly to -S prog.
It could be really simple since the separate files do belong together and
could have been a single file had the designers of OpenDocument made
echo "<xml>`unzip -c $FILE meta.xml contents.xml`</xml>";
I'll look at the SWISH-RUN docs, too. It only took a few days for my perl
to start to come back, but the major problem beyond that is a rather
severe inability to concentrate for more than 10-15 minutes and profound
forgetfulness -- both of which I have been trying to address.
> I just looked at both SWISH::Filter and some of the SWISH::Filter::*
> examples and I don't see a very elegant way of putting in your needed
> features. Probably better to just start from scratch.
I guess I'm a bit unclear about how SWISH::Filter works. I'd expect that
it would look at the ODF file, which is the zip equivalent of a tar-ball,
and then pass it off to the relevant SWISH::Filter::* filter which then
returns a stream of text. Is that about right?
Lars Nooden (email@example.com)
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Received on Thu Nov 10 03:54:10 2005