A node js tool to work with OpenDocument text files.
$ npm install odt
var fs =odt =template = odttemplatecreateWriteStream = fscreateWriteStreamvar doc = 'mytemplate.ott';var values ='subject': type: 'string' value: 'My subject value';// apply values;
This example can be written much easier using the convenience methods
var fs =odt =template = odttemplatecreateWriteStream = fscreateWriteStreamvar doc = 'mytemplate.ott';var values = 'subject': 'My subject value' ;// apply values;
For a more advanced example see the command line utility in
The main class to work with templates.
arg can be a path to the odt file or
a stream with the odt contents.
Template inherits from
fires the following events:
error- Fired if an error occurs.
end(document)- Fired when the document is complete.
Applies the values to the template.
values is an object of the following
"field-name":"type": "field-type""value": "field-value"
"subject":"type": "string""value": "My subject"...
string- This type is well supported and does what you think.
date- This type can be either an unix timestamp (
cent- This type should have an integer as value which is converted into a float representing the
Registers a handler to modify the content.
handler is a function of the form
function(content, done) while
content is the parsed xml data of the
content.xml file in the document archive.
done is a
function which needs
to be called upon completion.
Pipes the archive to
Register a handler on the 'finalized' event. This was formerly needed to launch the finalization of the archive. But this is done automatically now.
This handler applies a table template to a table defined by libreoffice.
Warning: This part of the code is yet pretty unstable and might be changed in future. Use it carefully.
var odt =table = table;odt...