On 10/28/2010 05:14 PM, Drew Jensen wrote:
Or get a port of LO/OOo to cell phones!
is someone working on that? :)
I've been giving it some thought.
The first issue/stumbling block is rewrite the code in a more portable
language. (Objective C looks like the best candidate, simply because
both Android and the iPhone/iPod/iPad can share the same code base.)
Symbian wants code in Java.
The second issue/stumbling block is that the LGPL is incompatible with
iPhone App store rules.
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Re: [libreoffice-marketing] Obstacles to ODF adoption · Marc Paré
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