Daily Archives: March 18, 2010


Beta 0.1 Release Notes

Release Notes
List of Known Issues
* 2971551 Tags are not generated
* 2971548 Does not auto generate passages
* 2971258 Highlighting does not turn into a cue
* 2971262 Blockquotes not created
* 2971255 No space or break at segments section of test doc output
* 2971251 odd table break in second row
* 2971248 Extra spacing is inserted between headings 7 & 8 on test doc
* 2971245 Headings need a new line of their own
* 2971242 Horrizontal lines are not created in the test output
* 2971241 XMLNS chema information appended

—Beta 0.1—
* Fixed bug 2971547 Does not get topics from info dialog
* All of the Showstopping Bugs are now dead – thus beta 0.1
* Inserted generic “church” in Location tag. Should include directions to modify if desired.

—Alpha 03 3/17/2010—
* Corrected Date in Releasenotes.txt from 2007 to 2010
* Added Meta edit time to the uniqe ID created for each file.
* Fixed Bug: 2971550 Does not generate dates preached. Now Uses Creation date of the document meta data to fill in the preached date, the Church / location is left blank.
* Added information to the test document properties dialog to enable gaining information for the sermon file.
* Fixed Bug: 2971552 Notes are not carried over. They are now carried over from the comment section in the properties dialog.

—Alpha 02 3/16/2010—
First public release
# Now Generates internal File name
# Now Generates unique ID for each file


Beta 0.1 released

As mentioned here: Sermon File Add in Schema for L4?  and here: Will OpenOffice to Libronix filter work in Japanese?. I’ve been working on an export filter for OpenOffice.org (OOo) which will save your sermon’s into the Ready-to-Compile Sermon File format.

I’m glad to report that I have finally released a beta filter.  Right now it does the following:

  • Generates Sermon Files, does not tag illustrations as such.
  • Defaults to NOT publishing the sermon file online.  (you can change this in the code quite simply if you want).
  • Uses the “title” from the properties dialog in OOo to create the internal title for the Libronix Sermon File (LBXSFL)
  • Uses a comma delimited string of keywords  from the OOo properties dialog to fill in the topics for the LBXSFL
  • It uses the Create Date of the document to generate the first date for where you preached it. 
  • It will copy over file comments from the OOo properties dialog into the notes section.
  • Properly imports headings, bold, italics, tables, ordered and unordered lists, including nested lists!
  • Imports hyperlinks!
  • Appears to work across languages (including Greek and Hebrew)

It does not: