I'm guessing the answer to this question is no, but no harm asking -
tex4ht, when outputting
oolatex, outputs an
.odt OpenDocument, which is actually a .zip file (which then contains
content.xml, folders with images, etc).
However, there is this OpenDocument "Flat XML" file, which gets the extension '
.fodt' in Libre/OpenOffice. This one actually even contains encoded binary data of images, within the
<office:binary-data> tag! There is a bit on this format in OpenDocument technical specification - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
So, for double-checking what
tex4ht outputs in case of
oolatex, I guess I'd prefer a direct "render" to a Flat XML
.fodt file - instead of bulding the
.odt zip, then unzipping it to check its content... But I'm not sure if it's possible at all - I cannot find many references for this Flat XML file format.
Many thanks in advance for any answers,