There is currently no script or program doing that but I suppose it
would be not so hard to implement either in C or using a scripting
language and introspection. Probably a few hours or work, depending of
the wanted options.
Le jeudi 12 janvier 2017 à 23:05 -0700, John Denker a écrit :
> Hi Folks --
> By way of background and by way of analogy: I have a great many .svg
> I have scripts and makefiles that automagically convert them to .pdf
> and .png
> format if/whenever needed. This relies on the script-friendly export
> of the inkscape command-line interface. This is an important part of
> the project
> I also have a great many .gnumeric files containing graphs.
> Desired behavior: It would be reeeeally nice to export those graphs
> in .pdf
> or .png or whatever format, in a way that could be *automated* as
> part of the
> project workflow.
> Observed behavior: Right now, to export the graphics, I have to open
> .gnumeric file and do a bunch of work by hand. In particular, I
> simply do
> git pull ; make
> and expect the graphs images to be up-to-date.
> Question: Is there a way to automate this? I'm pretty sure
> ssconvert doesn't
> know how to do it. Is there some other tool?
> If not, how hard would it be to implement this, as part of ssconvert
> or otherwise?
> I can think of several reasons why it wouldn't be easy, but it
> doesn't sound
> impossible, and it would be reeeeeally nice.
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