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Uses a .docx file with keyword tags within '||' as a template. This gem will then open the .docx and replace those tags with dynamically defined content.
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 Dependencies

Development

~> 10.1
~> 2.14

Runtime

~> 4.3.1
~> 1.1
 Project Readme

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Docx Templater

Use .docx as reusable templates

In your word document put placeholder names in double pipes || e.g. ||client_email1||

Example usage:

     buffer = DocxTemplater.new.replace_file_with_content('path/to/mydocument.docx',
        {
          :client_email1 => 'test@example.com',
          :client_phone1 => '555-555-5555',
        })
     # In Rails you can send a word document via send_data
     send_data buffer.string, :filename => 'REPC.docx'
     # Or save the output to a word file
     File.open("path/to/mydocument.docx", "wb") {|f| f.write(buffer.string) }

Newline Conversion

By default newlines in replacement values are converted to word document linebreak. If you need to ignore newlines you can pass a flag.

DocxTemplater.new(convert_newlines: false)
  .replace_file_with_content('path/to/file.docx',
    {quotes: "Be Excellent\nTo each other.\n~Bill and Ted's"})

Planned Changes

  • support for different tags (ie replace <<foo>> instead of ||foo||)