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Hi planas,

planas schrieb:
On Tue, 2011-09-27 at 14:41 +0100, e-letter wrote:


Is there a logical reason why xslt filters need to be selected
manually for installation? Flat xml file formats are a very good
feature, especially for document version control. Why is flat xml not
the default file format for LO?

I am not sure which filters come installed in the base configuration
because I tend install all the filters.

The ODF formats are default because they are official (ISO?) standards
for general purpose office type documents. Because ODF formats are an
international standard producers of office suites - in theory - should
support the latest version (1.2) allowing users to easily share
documents no matter what program produced the original.

The flat xml format is ISO standard too.

 MS has not
implemented 1.2 support yet in MSO 2010. I believe the ODF formats are a
type of compressed xml file.

Is it not one file zipped, but a whole folder is zipped. You can rename an odt-file to zip and unpack it to see the content.

Kind regards

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