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Posted about 4 years ago by avox
And here is part 2! After my disappointment with XQuery, I looked at a template engine for Python. While Python can do some basic templating itself, Cheetah is much more powerful. So here’s an example for a Cheetah template: // Generated file, do not ... [More] edit! \#ifndef ${c.name.upper()}_H \#define ${c.name.upper()}_H class ${c.name} { // properties #for […] [Less]
Posted about 4 years ago by avox
And here is part 2! After my disappointment with XQuery, I looked at a template engine for Python. While Python can do some basic templating itself, Cheetah is much more powerful. So here’s an example for a Cheetah template: // Generated file, do not ... [More] edit! \#ifndef ${c.name.upper()}_H \#define ${c.name.upper()}_H class ${c.name} { // properties #for [...] [Less]
Posted about 4 years ago by avox
Anyone who has looked at a Scribus preferences file (scribus.rc) will be aware that the sheer amount of settings is daunting. There’s a C++ file named prefsstructs.h that defines on 470 lines of code 29 data structures too hold various settings. And these are just dumb structs, without any code to read/write to XML (or [...]
Posted about 4 years ago by avox
Anyone who has looked at a Scribus preferences file (scribus.rc) will be aware that the sheer amount of settings is daunting. There’s a C++ file named prefsstructs.h that defines on 470 lines of code 29 data structures too hold various settings. And these are just dumb structs, without any code to read/write to XML (or […]
Posted over 4 years ago by mrb
Scribus 1.4.0 Released After almost 4 years of intensive work, the Scribus Team (http://www.scribus.net) has released the new stable version 1.4.0 of the Open Source desktop publishing program Scribus. Given this is the first major stable release in ... [More] some time, this document outlines improvements over the last number of versions, rather than since just the […] [Less]
Posted over 4 years ago by mrb
Scribus 1.4.0 Released After almost 4 years of intensive work, the Scribus Team (http://www.scribus.net) has released the new stable version 1.4.0 of the Open Source desktop publishing program Scribus. Given this is the first major stable release in ... [More] some time, this document outlines improvements over the last number of versions, rather than since just the [...] [Less]
Posted about 5 years ago by malex
See the Scribus Times and Gazette article for more details.
Posted over 5 years ago by mrdocs
It is hard to believe Scribus is almost an adolescent. Just yesterday, Scribus turned ten years old, with the first bits of code written by Franz Schmid in December 2000. A few months later, it was linked on Freshmeat and then, well… it kind of had a life of its own. I googled DTP and […]
Posted over 5 years ago by mrdocs
It is hard to believe Scribus is almost an adolescent. Just yesterday, Scribus turned ten years old, with the first bits of code written by Franz Schmid in December 2000. A few months later, it was linked on Freshmeat and then, well… it kind of had a life of its own. I googled DTP and [...]
Posted almost 6 years ago by Christoph Schäfer
I just paid the occasional visit to our download page on Sourceforge, and something seems to have escaped my attention earlier: We have become millionaires! Well, at least download millionaires, as our stable 1.3.3.x has been downloaded more than 1.2 million times since we made Scribus available on SF c. two years ago. Not bad for [...]