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Uncompress OpenDocument files before commit

From: Jérôme Pouiller <jerome.pouiller_at_sysmic.org>
Date: 2007-09-21 12:18:24 CEST


I'd like to add a hook (on server side) to uncompress OpenDocument files[1]
before add and commit them and compress before to update them. Store them
uncompressed would allow a better support of changes between revisions (more
unitary). There is already a openoffice extention[2] to this stuff, but it
work only on Linux and only with OpenOffice. Use of server side script seems
better. Do you think it is a good idea?

This hook seems not easy to do (for me). I have not see any hook for client
updating. Is it technicaly possible? What are the main steps to do it?

Maybe, it exists some easier (and portable) ways to do it on client side?


[1] OpenDocument files (mainly used by OpenOffice and KOffice) are compressed
using zip. They contain xml files describing content and pictures used in
[2] ooosvn

Jérôme Pouiller (jerome DOT pouiller AT sysmic DOT org)
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