ODFKit

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ODFKit is a model parsing and rendering library on the ODF processing.

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ODFKit

  1. 1. ODFKit-- the Common ODF Processing Library Inge Wallin, Koffice Alexandro Colorado, OpenOffice.org 2009-11-05 11:15
  2. 2. Who are we? <ul><li>Inge Wallin </li><ul><li>Koffice developer and Marketing coordinator
  3. 3. Founder of KO GmbH – the open document company </li></ul><li>Alexander Colorado </li><ul><li>OpenOffice.org spanish lead
  4. 4. Certification lead </li></ul></ul>
  5. 5. ODFKit – What is it? <ul><li>Think “WebKit for ODF apps” </li><ul><li>Cross platform
  6. 6. Cross toolkit
  7. 7. Embeddable into your own application
  8. 8. Fast, efficient </li></ul><li>Free </li><ul><li>LGPL 2+ </li></ul></ul>
  9. 9. WebKit – why is it successful? All the browsers <ul><li>Share code
  10. 10. Share tests
  11. 11. Share developers </li></ul>Development <ul><li>One repository
  12. 12. One review board
  13. 13. One bug tracker </li></ul>Safari Qt MFC Cocoa WebKit Gtk+ Chrome Arora / QtWebView ...
  14. 14. ODFKit – What is it? OdfKit will reuse WebKit: <ul><li>Development tools
  15. 15. Code infrastructure </li></ul>Foo Office Qt MFC Cocoa ODFKit Gtk+ Document Storage Java, etc bindings
  16. 16. Background: ODF Suites Today <ul>Native Format <li>OpenOffice.org
  17. 17. KOffice
  18. 18. Red Office
  19. 19. Symphony </li></ul><ul>Non-native Format <li>MS Office
  20. 20. Abiword
  21. 21. iWorks
  22. 22. Google docs </li></ul>
  23. 23. Background: Large Spec, growing <ul><li>Accessibility
  24. 24. Extensibility
  25. 25. Versioning
  26. 26. Change Tracking
  27. 27. Interoperability
  28. 28. Security </li></ul><ul><li>Unified Computation
  29. 29. Next Gen Spreadsheet
  30. 30. New Paradigms
  31. 31. SVG
  32. 32. Non-functional specification improvements </li></ul>Rob Weir: “What is ODF-Next?
  33. 33. Background: Government Reqs <ul><li>Common, consistent, transparent, easy ODF implementations fully interoperable across all offerings
  34. 34. Long term confidence in open, independent content accessibility
  35. 35. Long term ease of use </li></ul>Basil Cousins, Convenor, European ActionGroup
  36. 36. The Role of ODFKit To make it possible for new applications to quickly support ODF.
  37. 37. Reasons for the Project <ul><li>Improve interoperability </li><ul><li>Apps using Odfkit share a lot of code </li></ul><li>Create a widely used free ODF implementation
  38. 38. Make ODF a more common format </li></ul>
  39. 39. Goals <ul><li>Load/Store/Save with no dataloss.
  40. 40. Fast
  41. 41. Easy to plug in
  42. 42. Fast progress </li><ul><li>Use Webkit technology as far as possible. </li></ul></ul>
  43. 43. The offering Loader API Saver API ODF Parser ODF Saver Adap- tor Not provided: <ul><li>Main program
  44. 44. Editing tools
  45. 45. “ business logic” </li></ul>
  46. 46. Not provided <ul><li>Main program
  47. 47. Editing tools
  48. 48. “Business logic” </li></ul>
  49. 49. Scenario 1: Add ODF capability Loader API Saver API ODF Parser ODF Saver Adap- tor
  50. 50. Scenario 2: ODF Viewer Loader API Saver API ODF Parser Adap- tor
  51. 51. Scenario 3: File conversion Loader API Saver API ODF Parser Saver Adap- tor
  52. 52. Scenario 4: Simple editor Loader API Saver API ODF Parser ODF Saver Adap- tor
  53. 53. Relationship to other projects <ul><li>Odf toolkit Tools for the ODF developer
  54. 54. Lpod business processes with odf python, (perl, ruby)
  55. 55. Odfpy low-level handling of odf (python only)
  56. 56. OdfKit Core library for the appl. developer in C++ </li></ul>
  57. 57. Status <ul><li>Project is at the idea status
  58. 58. Looking for funding </li></ul>
  59. 59. Roadmap <ul><li>Investigate other projects (~1 month) </li><ul><li>To see what we can steal (WebKit, Koffice, ...)
  60. 60. Design </li></ul><li>Storage / package handling
  61. 61. Core classes </li><ul><li>Document, text, images,
  62. 62. Code to autogenerate classes </li></ul><li>Loading
  63. 63. Saving </li></ul>
  64. 64. Success factors <ul><li>Steal code!
  65. 65. Autogeneration </li></ul>

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