A Couple More ODF Tools

Monday, 2007-March-26 at 11:56

These are less useful to the everyday user, but may be useful in some project that gets done at work.

First of all, there is odtwriter.py and its companion rst2odt.py.  These Python programs are apparently part of a Python documentation system.  Information on how to install and use it is on Dave Kuhlman's site, REXX.com.

There is also odfgrep, which performs searches of ODF files using regular expressions.  There may be an official site for it, but all I found was the Linux RPM version: odfgrep-0.1.1-2.i586.rpm on RPMFind.

I have not yet tested either one.  I will put them on my list after familiarizing myself with TinyERP and Alfresco (which has a some capability to directly manipulate ODF files).  But it is now time to hit the job search sites, since FEMA is un-busy right now.

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