[OS X TeX] OT: Pages format definitions

Bruno Voisin bvoisin at mac.com
Sat Sep 17 09:37:55 CEST 2005

Le 17 sept. 05 à 08:47, suzume at mx82.tiki.ne.jp a écrit :

> On 2005/09/17, at 15:22, Bruno Voisin wrote:
>> There are times when the only difference between MS and Apple  
>> seems to be a matter of market share, and when I consider  
>> switching to one brand of Linux...
> I totally understand what you mean. But don't you think there are  
> chances iWorks is more likely to support OpenDocument files ? Pages  
> already does WordML, XML, html etc, next step is likely to be the  
> MS "open" format (XML+zip) and if they go that far the OD format  
> (another XML+zip) is just a step away... Meanwhile, MS keeps  
> repeating that there are no ways they'll support OD.
> Different [OT] subject, NeoOffice is going to shift to the OOo  
> 1.1.5 code base in a few weeks. 1.1.5 is 1.1.4+OD support (1.1.4  
> only supports SX* files).

Yes, OpenDocument is exactly what I had in mind when writing that  
message. Apple's description (or lack of) of the iWork XML schemes  
reminded me of just another XAML. But you're probably right.

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