[sword-devel] [OT?] Any info on OpenOffice 2.0?

Greg Marine gregmarine at gmail.com
Fri Nov 4 16:46:21 MST 2005

It is my first impression of OOo2 that it has some OSIS compliance.
But I don't have first hand experience with that. I am currently
running OOo2 and have had wonderful luck with it. I ran previous
versions with pretty good luck, but had compatibility issues with MS
Office. Sounds like OOo2 is more compatible :-)

Sorry I wasn't of more help, though...

God Bless <><
Greg M.

On 11/4/05, Jonathon Blake <jonathon.blake at gmail.com> wrote:
> Lynn wrote:
> > recently was released and claims to be VERY compliant with XML standards.
> XML standards are pretty flexible.
> > I have not followed the progress of OO 2.0 particularly closely, and have no
> > experience with ver 1.x.
> > My impression is that OO 2.0 might be applicable to OSIS (but I am a newbie wrt osis).
> There re some _major_ markup issues involved here.   My suggestion
> would be to create a template with OSIS markup as paragraph and
> character styles. Then write a program that converts those styles in
> the document to OSIS.
> FWIW, the OSIS team concluded two or so years ago that it would not be
> possible to create an OOo2OSIS or OSIS2OOo filter, for various
> technical reasons.  [IIRC, it has to do with the model that OSIS uses
> versus the model that OOo uses.  (Strem v Object).]
> xan
> jonathon
> --
> Does your Office Suite conform to ISO Standards?
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