At making late changes to the template generator, I forgot to upload it.
So I attach it now. It is not realy useful jet. It does just show the concept. It generates an svg-template from python lists. It does contain only one very limited list for one template style. The idea is to have lot of lists with different titleblock definitions. Dont forget to change your path at line 241.
mrlukeparry wrote:If we're all happy to go with this approach, it'd be good to organise what this script needs so I know what your requirements are and I can go about implementing it and just be a bit more systematic about this.
I start have the feeling, that there seems to be a misunderstanding. This script has just the potential to generate different templates for the current
drawing workbench. The current drawing workbench has a parser to use svg-files, which is organized as an xml-format. So your new workbench may just use the allready existing code for parsing these files.
What can be new, is the possibilty to generate different template one the fly, with the users choice of paper-format, language, orientation and title-block style. I did only paper-format and orientation. Language, svg-symbols and more options are still todo.