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Re: [Health-dev] For testing. Immunization report ODT

From: Francisco Vila
Subject: Re: [Health-dev] For testing. Immunization report ODT
Date: Tue, 14 Apr 2020 20:53:36 +0200
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El 14/4/20 a las 19:59, Francisco Vila escribió:

As it happens, you can not just embed the content.xml from a document
into another document and expect getting a new working document.

You can, however, do the same with styles.xml

I think a much better solution for including office documents into any
[free] software project, is using FODT files instead of ODT, thus
allowing version tracking. You can readily use them because

1. They are 100% compatible with ODT.

2. You can even symlink to an FODT from an ODT name, and libreoffice
will eat it happily.

FOTD are Flat ODT and they are a whole editable single big XML. Perfect!

However, they can be bigger in a factor of two or more, in this case the
reason being that two images, which are unnecessarily too large, account
for most of the lines.

Francisco Vila, Ph.D. - Badajoz (Spain) ,

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