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From jianlizhao <>
Subject how Get Bitmap file from SVG module?
Date Thu, 31 May 2012 11:54:15 GMT
Hi Armin:
You reply said  "Another way is to add a '.zip' to 
the AOO file name and to open it as archive".
how to do it?

Can you give a simple and complete example, Programming languages ​​using C++ ,runtime
environment for Microsoft Windows.

Look forward to your reply.
Best Regards!

发件人: Armin Le Grand [] 
发送时间: 2012年5月30日 23:46
主题: Re: how Get Bitmap file from SVG module?

	Hi jianlizhao,

On 30.05.2012 16:29, jianlizhao wrote:
> Hi Armin:
> I find  TexMaths extension is very like my needs. Described as follows:
> TexMaths is an extension designed to provide LaTeX support into LibreOffice.
> LaTeX equations can be inserted as images (SVG or PNG formats) and the LaTeX
> code is saved into the image attribute for further editing.
> My question as follows:
> The new type picture can be inserted as images (PNG formats) and the
> Original picture is saved into the image attribute for further used.
> the image attribute can be saved with a file?

I have no idea, I never used something like this. If the example 
extension does it currently and it is allowed to save any binary data at 
the PNG then you can do the same (probably).

To find out if it is saved with the file I would check if it is saved 
currently with the TexMaths extension. Another way is to add a '.zip' to 
the AOO file name and to open it as archive. There you can check for the 
contained single files and data, your binary data should be there somewhere.

> The difference between them is
> LaTeX equations is small and short, The new type picture is large.
> can  This method rigth?

If it serves your needs and works it is right. You need to check if the 
files you create are loadable by a standard office (the AOO3.4 release 
version for example). It should load and show the PNG. I cannot say if 
it will strip your binary data when saving changed, you have to find out 

The only possible drawback is when you or other people using your 
extension would spread files generated this way and these files are very 
big. This may cause high eMail loads and similar effects. People may ask 
'why is this file so big, there is only one picture in it'. I would 
suggest to not spread such files with extra data in them too much, maybe 
you only need to use them inhouse or privately anyways. It is a very 
specialized usage of ODF files.

> The benefits of the treatment is:
> do not have to program  a import filter,
> without considering the compatibility of the file ,
> Only insert a  picture into openoffice's write.

Yes, looks reasonable.

> Look forward to your reply.
> Best Regards!

Thanks, same to You. And good luck with it!

>   >Hi Armin:
>> Receipt of your reply, I modified my needs.


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