A SVG and LateX template renderer from table data based on Inkscape and Jinja2
Initially it was a conference badge creator based on SVG templates, but we thought it could be more generic and have many other applications.
DocStamp is a generic template renderer which takes the data from a .CSV file and creates one rendered template file for each row of the data.
It is PDF centric, however it can also export in some cases to PNG.
- Inkscape or rsvg-convert for .SVG templates, and
- PDFLateX or XeLateX for LateX templates.
The CSV header fields must match the ones in the template file.
docstamp create -i badge.csv -t badge_template.svg -o badges
To install the development version:
python -m pip install git+https://www.github.com/PythonSanSebastian/docstamp.git
To install the latest release:
python -m pip install docstamp
setup.cfg file. Also you will need Inkscape, XeLatex, or PDFLatex
installed in your system.
For unicode support in SVG exports, you need to install
which is available in
DocStamp is compatible with Python 2 (we wish to believe) and 3.
We could not test it on Windows.
- Alexandre M. Savio @alexsavio
- Oier Etxaniz @oechaniz
- Luis Javier Salvatierra @ljsalvatierra
- Haseeb Majid
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