ODF 1.2, xml:id attribute
cmahte at gmail.com
Wed Mar 4 17:39:46 UTC 2020
> a roundtrip of translation of an odt / fodt
Do you mean a converting an ODT into FODT then returning to ODT?
Do you mean machine translation of the words inside either an ODT or FODT
from one human language to another, then returning to the first?
On Wed, Mar 4, 2020 at 11:09 AM Olivier Hallot <
olivier.hallot at libreoffice.org> wrote:
> HI Regina
> I'm on very early stage of investigating a way to do a roundtrip of
> translation of an odt / fodt by identifying each of its translatable
> content. Borrowed the idea from the Help XHP and applying to a rich text
> Em 04/03/2020 10:38, Regina Henschel escreveu:
> > Hi Olivier,
> > what do you want to do with 'xml:id'? Its value is unique in a document,
> > but it need not be stable in the lifetime of a document.
> > Kind regards
> > Regina
> > Olivier Hallot schrieb am 03-Mar-20 um 22:42:
> >> Hi
> >> Is there a widget in the user interface or API to assign the xml:id 
> >> attribute to an object?
> >> for example, I'd like to add xml:id to every <txt:p> element in a file.
> >>  19.914 xml:id
> >> The xml:id attribute is standardized by the W3C [XML-ID] and gives an
> >> element a unique identification in its XML file.
> >> Kind regards
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