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Python and RTF

Does anyone have a good rtf library for python, have exprience with
pyRTF or a link to a good tutorial?

thx Stephane

Sep 20 '07 #1
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On 20 Set, 09:01, Rufman <stephaneru...@gmail.comwrote:
Does anyone have a good rtf library for python, have exprience with
pyRTF or a link to a good tutorial?

thx Stephane
I have just used PyRtf to create a "report" with table and simple
images.

What is your question?

Marco Bonifazi
http://www.bonifazi.eu

Sep 20 '07 #2
On 2007-09-20, Rufman <st***********@gmail.comwrote:
Does anyone have a good rtf library for python,
pyRTF is the only one I found.
have exprience with pyRTF
Yes.
or a link to a good tutorial?
Just the examples that come with pyRTF.

FWIW, I've added support for EMF graphics and enhanced the
scaling options for graphics:

http://groups.google.com/group/comp....997d47b4303547

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Sep 20 '07 #3
On 20 Set, 16:40, Grant Edwards <gra...@visi.comwrote:
On 2007-09-20, Rufman <stephaneru...@gmail.comwrote:
Does anyone have a good rtf library for python,

pyRTF is the only one I found.
have exprience with pyRTF

Yes.
or a link to a good tutorial?

Just the examples that come with pyRTF.

FWIW, I've added support for EMF graphics and enhanced the
scaling options for graphics:

http://groups.google.com/group/comp....e/browse_threa...

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Grant Edwards grante Yow! Uh-oh!! I'm having
at TOO MUCH FUN!!
visi.com

Oh, wonderful!
Is licensed with the GPL and LGPL as like the previous versions are?
Then, can I put in my closed software and at the end of my development
make a donation?

Marco Bonifazi
Sep 20 '07 #4
On 2007-09-20, Marco Bonifazi <ma***********@gmail.comwrote:
>FWIW, I've added support for EMF graphics and enhanced the
scaling options for graphics:

http://groups.google.com/group/comp....e/browse_threa...
Oh, wonderful! Is licensed with the GPL and LGPL as like the
previous versions are?
Yes.
Then, can I put in my closed software and at the end of my
development make a donation?
I'm really sure how the LGPL applies to Python applications.
AFAICT, it's been abandoned by the original developer, so I
doubt he's going to sue you. ;)

If you fix any bugs or add any features, it would be nice if
you'd send me a patch.

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Sep 20 '07 #5
On 2007-09-20, Grant Edwards <gr****@visi.comwrote:
I'm really sure how the LGPL applies to Python applications.
That should have read I'm _not_ really sure how the LGPL
applies to Python applications. There are clauses about
providing a way for the user to replace the library and
whatnot. I think that simply defining the API and allowing the
user to replace the .pyc file would be sufficient.

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Tuesday?
Sep 20 '07 #6

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