Issue 3028

Summary: Best way to maintain multiple output formats
Product: General Reporter: skiani <skiani>
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Severity: Trivial    
Priority: P3 CC: issues, mfedyk
Version: currentKeywords: rfe_eval_ok
Target Milestone: AOO Later   
Hardware: PC   
OS: Linux, all   
Issue Type: ENHANCEMENT Latest Confirmation in: ---
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Description skiani 2002-02-08 14:56:42 UTC
I think framework is the right place, but maybe api? This idea came out of a
thread on the the discussion list:


> I really like this idea. If I could (on a per document basis) automatically
save multiple formats when I save that would be very helpful for collaboration.
For example you could have an "advanced" button in the saveas dialog that allows
you to select multiple formats. So if I'm working on a text docuement I could
have it save native 6.0, 5.2, MSWord, HTML, and/or PDF files, etc. The only
confusing part is which one do you load when you goto open the file again? Maybe
generate a subfolder and put them in there. For example say I'm working on
"myfile.sxw" and I wanted to also have .doc and .pdf files, OOo would create a
subfolder call "myfile.sxw" and put "myfile.doc" and "myfile.pdf" in it.
> 
> That would be pretty cool.
> 
> -- 
> Sepehr (Sep) Kiani
> ************************************
> Development Engineering
> Teradyne Connection Systems
> skiani@alum.mit.edu
> http://pergatory.mit.edu/skiani
> 
> Sherwood Botsford wrote:
> 
> As part of my documentation of the test setup I want to have documents
> available as both printed pages and as web pages.  Of the critters I've
> tried so far, OO does the best job, but it still has some
> rough edges.
> 
> In many NextStep applications there are:
> Save    -- save the current file with it's current name.
> Save As -- save the current file with a different format, continue
>     editing the present file.
> Save To -- svae the current file to a new name, and continue editing
>     with that new name.
> 
> So for example, Create, (VERY nice graphics package.) would allow
> you to save as a create file, but also to save to a tiff, jpeg, or EPS file.
> 
> My complaint right now is that if I save as html, I have to explicitly
> resave as openoffice afterword.
> 
> My ideal would be to be able to say,
> Autosave every 3 minutes as openoffice text document, and as html document
> 
> This would also be valuable for people using openoffice to create
> web graphics.  Save as openoffice chart, AND save as JPEG
> 
Sounds like a great feature,  please raise an issue..

KenF
Comment 1 thorsten.martens 2002-02-11 09:31:44 UTC
TM->FT: Please have a look at this enhancement !
Comment 2 Mathias_Bauer 2002-02-11 10:49:38 UTC
Just some comments:
I see no problem to implement this, but I wouldn't overestimate the
benefit.
It does not really help for collaboration, because it's a one-way
feature: if the "other" application you're trying to collaborate with
doesn't provide you with the same formats, you can't work together. 
It makes it just a little bit easier to give others a copy of your work.
Comment 3 skiani 2002-02-28 01:05:57 UTC
Created attachment 1108 [details]
Here's the drawing I used. Number of objects seems to play here
Comment 4 skiani 2002-02-28 01:07:22 UTC
Opps sorry, wrong issue. Ignore that file.
Comment 5 falko.tesch 2003-09-29 10:45:30 UTC
Add "Save as copy" to the "File" menu.
This entry allows the user to save a file in a different output format
(e.g. a writer doc into HTML) but leave the current (open) document
format intact.
Comment 6 falko.tesch 2003-09-29 10:45:55 UTC
started
Comment 7 skiani 2003-11-21 03:42:15 UTC
save as copy is standard stuff, I think is good. But the real
innovation is automatic publishing aspect, particularily pdf's. 
Comment 8 bettina.haberer 2010-05-21 14:59:37 UTC
To grep the issues easier via "requirements" I put the issues currently lying on
my owner to the owner "requirements".