[GSoC 2012][svg export filter] outstanding weekly reports (was: Re: [Libreoffice] [GSoC 2012][svg export filter] Weekly Report #9)
mrcekets at gmail.com
Wed Aug 8 09:59:57 PDT 2012
On Tue, 07 Aug 2012 23:37:39 +0200, Thorsten Behrens
<thb at documentfoundation.org> wrote:
> Marco Cecchetti wrote:
>> I'm sorry, I know. The problem is that I'm facing several issues
>> both personal and technical.
> Hi Marco,
> no worries - your below email is as good a report as you were doing
>> The layout is:
> [snip] - that looks good, great progress!
>> Unfortunately no specific meta-comment action is generated for
>> list-item and user inserted line-break. That made more complex the
> If that helps, those can be added - poke me on irc tomorrow for
Well it could be interesting having some ad-hoc meta-comment
However I have already implemented an alternative solution.
At present when a text shape needs to be exported I iterate
both over the related meta-actions and over the text paragraph
enumeration provided by the XText interface (and for each text
paragraph (XTextContent) on each text portion).
From the meta-comment actions I extract info about when a new
paragraph or text line starts and I can also see when we have a
text field. From the text services related to XText and other
interfaces I succeed in finding out if we are dealing with a
list-item and which type of list is (bullet, numbered, image).
I can also extract the type of text fields, info that is not
available in the meta-comment action.
The tricky part has been to succeed in keeping synchronized
the two iterations, but now it works.
>> Sorry again for having missed the weekly reports but as you can
>> see I'm short on time and there are several things to be fixed
>> in order to have some text exporting features working as it used
>> to work.
> Nah, it's fine - and don't hesitate to commit whatever
> work-in-progress you have to your branch - you can always
> kill/amend/fix afterwards, but others can look & give feedback.
At present I'm working on a local branch different from the usual
one as I need a lot of debugging code, however I have no problem
to push it to the remote repo.
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