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Re: [libreoffice-design] Block Diagrams Project


Hi Marco,

happy to see your interest in LibreOffice. The more appropriate mailing list when it comes to technical questions is the official developers list (see To). Regarding your questions, you got the tip to look at the wiki. GSoC is all about code. So yes, you have to "edit" the LibreOffice sources. There are plenty of option to write C++ code from vi/emacs/nano to Eclipse/Visual Studio/QtDeveloper. All you need to know is on the wiki, if you have this in mind with "resources", check out https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Development
Of course you are also welcome to start with easier tasks to get familiar with one of the largest open source projects. Don't hesitate to ask for help.

Cheers,
Heiko

On 03.03.20 19:03, Marco Huanca wrote:
> Hello my name is Marco Huanca, I am from Peru I am very interested in your
> idea of Gsoc project,
> will I have to edit the libreoffice? ,how do i do it ? ,Where do I find the
> resources?
> THANKS
> Marco
>

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