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Usage
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Put `.scar` files in the input folder, run `run.bat` or `run.sh` and get results in output folder (one folder and zip per .scar).

Suppported
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- sections, blocks, paragraphs
- inline tags (quote, emphasis, url, definition, inlineImg)
- ordered/unordered lists
- images
- audio
- tables
- OpenDocument .ods, .odg files
- event list
- concept tree

Unsupported
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The Hdoc format create some limitations with the conversion and some points cannot be converted for the moment:

- references of sections or fragments inside a paragraphe

Known bugs
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Because of the small amount of tested file this list of know bugs could increase in a near futur:

- references of sections or fragments inside a paragraphe ;
- images and ressources sometimes need to be reselected after the conversion to opale (images are shown in the editor but fail to be loaded when publishing) ;
- links to ressources sometimes doesn't appears after the conversion to opale (links are still in the text view but not in the editor) ;
- Références à des fragments et des sections à l'intérieur de paragraphes non converti ;
- Les images doivent parfois être sélectionnés à nouveau ;
- Les liens n'apparaissent pas parfois mais sont bien présent en mode édition de texte ;

Todo list
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There is some points that still need to be tested. Actually I don't have enough Optim files to be sure that everything works fine (does every optim item is converted properly). In the same way I've only tested the conversion with a few publication items (webpage, paper) and I need to test it with the other forms of publication items allowed in Optim.

Another point is that for the moment the level of unit of content for the Opal conversion if basically set to sections witch doesn't contains any section but some could need it to be set to another level. Create a selection of this level could be a next step for this project.