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Version: 1.4.1, Package name: py-odfpy-1.4.1
Maintained by: The OpenBSD ports mailing-list
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Description
Odfpy is a library to read and write OpenDocument v.1.2 files.
The main focus has been to prevent the programmer from creating invalid
documents. It has checks that raise an exception if the programmer adds an
invalid element, adds an attribute unknown to the grammar, forgets to add a
required attribute or adds text to an element that doesn't allow it.

These checks and the API itself were generated from the RelaxNG schema, and then
hand-edited. Therefore the API is complete and can handle all ODF constructions.

In addition to the API, there are a few scripts:

- csv2odf - Create OpenDocument spreadsheet from comma separated values
- mailodf - Email ODF file as HTML archive
- odf2xhtml - Convert ODF to (X)HTML
- odf2mht - Convert ODF to HTML archive
- odf2xml - Create OpenDocument XML file from OD? package
- odfimgimport - Import external images
- odflint - Check ODF file for problems
- odfmeta - List or change the metadata of an ODF file
- odfoutline - Show outline of OpenDocument
- odfuserfield - List or change the user-field declarations in an ODF file
- xml2odf - Create OD? package from OpenDocument in XML form


Filesize: 700.239 KB
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  • (2020-01-26) Package added to openports.se, version py-odfpy-1.4.1 (created)
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CVS Commit History:

   2021-02-23 12:39:53 by Stuart Henderson | Files touched by this commit (743)
Log message:
Reverse the polarity of MODPY_VERSION; default is now 3.x,
if a port needs 2.x then set MODPY_VERSION=${MODPY_DEFAULT_VERSION_2}.
This commit doesn't change any versions currently used; it may be that
some ports have MODPY_DEFAULT_VERSION_2 but don't require it, those
should be cleaned up in the course of updating ports where possible.
Python module ports providing py3-* packages should still use
FLAVOR=python3 so that we don't have a mixture of dependencies some
using ${MODPY_FLAVOR} and others not.
   2020-12-06 06:50:23 by Stuart Henderson | Files touched by this commit (1)
Log message:
switch to MODPY_PYTEST
   2020-07-03 15:13:23 by Stuart Henderson | Files touched by this commit (1032)
Log message:
bump REVISION; python 3 default changed to 3.8