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|Short description=alternative implementations for ReportLab paragraph flowables.
 
|Short description=alternative implementations for ReportLab paragraph flowables.
 
|Full description=Alterparagraphs is an ongoing effort for providing a family of paragraph implementations, each to be used as a replacement for the regular and only paragraph flowable inside the ReportLab package. The idea behind this collection of paragraphs is to provide simple implementations that can be more easily understood and extended than the monolithic paragraph implementation as implemented by ReportLab. Note that many of the paragraph classes in alterparagraphs are not finished in the sense that they are directly ready for production (this is especially true for the XMLParagraph, the development of which has barely started). You must test yourself if they are suitable for your purpose. In any case it should be much easier to tweak them to make them do what you need compared to the standard ReportLab implementation.
 
|Full description=Alterparagraphs is an ongoing effort for providing a family of paragraph implementations, each to be used as a replacement for the regular and only paragraph flowable inside the ReportLab package. The idea behind this collection of paragraphs is to provide simple implementations that can be more easily understood and extended than the monolithic paragraph implementation as implemented by ReportLab. Note that many of the paragraph classes in alterparagraphs are not finished in the sense that they are directly ready for production (this is especially true for the XMLParagraph, the development of which has barely started). You must test yourself if they are suitable for your purpose. In any case it should be much easier to tweak them to make them do what you need compared to the standard ReportLab implementation.
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|Homepage URL=http://www.dinu-gherman.net/tmp/alterparagraphs-README.html
 
|User level=intermediate
 
|User level=intermediate
|Status=Live
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|Homepage URL=http://www.dinu-gherman.net/tmp/alterparagraphs-README.html
 
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|Computer languages=Python
 
|Computer languages=Python
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|Accepts cryptocurrency donations=No
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|Related projects=ReportLab
 
|Related projects=ReportLab
 
|Keywords=Python,implementation,flow,report,ReportLab,paragraph
 
|Keywords=Python,implementation,flow,report,ReportLab,paragraph
|Is GNU=n
 
|Last review by=Kelly Hopkins
 
|Last review date=2009-04-03
 
|Submitted by=Database conversion
 
|Submitted date=2011-04-01
 
 
|Version identifier=0.2.0
 
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|Version date=2008/07/07
 
|Version status=beta
 
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|Version download=http://www.dinu-gherman.net/tmp/alterparagraphs-0.2.0.tar.gz
 
|Version download=http://www.dinu-gherman.net/tmp/alterparagraphs-0.2.0.tar.gz
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|Last review by=Bendikker
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|Last review date=2018/03/30
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Alterparagraphs

http://www.dinu-gherman.net/tmp/alterparagraphs-README.html
alternative implementations for ReportLab paragraph flowables.

Alterparagraphs is an ongoing effort for providing a family of paragraph implementations, each to be used as a replacement for the regular and only paragraph flowable inside the ReportLab package. The idea behind this collection of paragraphs is to provide simple implementations that can be more easily understood and extended than the monolithic paragraph implementation as implemented by ReportLab. Note that many of the paragraph classes in alterparagraphs are not finished in the sense that they are directly ready for production (this is especially true for the XMLParagraph, the development of which has barely started). You must test yourself if they are suitable for your purpose. In any case it should be much easier to tweak them to make them do what you need compared to the standard ReportLab implementation.





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