odfbuild - OpenDocument file creation utility
odfbuild filename.odt --title "My Document" --subject
odfbuild filename.ods --class spreadsheet --source
"data.csv" --tablesize "8x16"
cat data.txt | odfbuild filename.odt -
--class Document class (text, spreadsheet, drawing, presentation)
--opendocument (no value). If this option is on, the document will be in
OpenDocument format. Without this option, the format will
be selected according to the general configuration of the
--creator The author of the document. Default: the current user's
--date Creation date. Default is current local time.
If provided, must be in ISO-8601 format
--description The description (abstract) of the document. Default: none.
--force (no value). If this option is on, any existing file with
the same path as the target file will be replaced. Without
this option, the program will fail if the target exists.
--generator Software signature to be stored in the file (not visible
for the end user).
Default: "Genicorp OpenOffice::OODoc <version>"
--keywords A list of comma-separated keywords. Default: none.
--source A text file, to be used as the content of the document.
If the document class is 'text', each line is loaded as a new
paragraph with the standard style. If the document class is
'spreadsheet', the file is processed as CSV data and loaded
in one sheet. If the document class is neither 'text' nor
'spreadsheet', the file is not processed.
If source = '-', or if a '-' argument is provided, the data
file is read through the standard input.
--subject The subject of the document. Default: none.
--tablename The name of the sheet to be created if the document class is
'spreadsheet' and if a data file is provided. Default: the name
of the data file, or "Unnamed Sheet" if the data is read from
the standard input.
--tablesize The size of the sheet to be created if the document class is
'spreadsheet' and if a data file is provided, in 'HxW' format
where H is the number of lines and W the number of columns.
--title The title of the document. Default: "Untitled".
--readable_XML (no value). For debugging only. If this option is on, the XML
content of the target file is indented, in order to be later