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Re: Is there an easy way to insert tables into zim?
I don't know if this will help you in your case:
I just use tab separated text for tabular data -- easy to read, easy to edit.
If you would enclose the table contents with verbatim formatting, that
would also prevent lines from wrapping.
On Tue, Apr 14, 2009 at 11:21, Svenn Are Bjerkem
> I am using zim to document FPGA hardware development in VHDL. I am
> looking for a way to insert tables into my text. This does not
> necessarily need to be tables in wiki syntax, I am perfectly happy
> with using an external program to generate a png to include. I could
> use the table function from LaTex, but I do not quite like the syntax
> of LaTex for tables.
> The tables that I generate tend to be very wide since I am documenting
> 32-bit registers and then the table will have at least 32 columns and
> 3 to 4 rows. And then one such table for each register in my design.
> Tend to be something like 50 to 100 tables since there are that many
> registers in my design.
> I could try to roll my own table generator tool for this kind of use
> and bind it into zim with a plugin (that is actually my preferred
> solution as wiki syntax tables tend to fill a lot of editor space
> without adding information) But I wanted to throw in a question here
> in case somebody else have done something similar.
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