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Hi all,

I worked a bit further on the program and added new features to it. The
program consists currently of a dialog with three tab pages for general
content of an extension, the licensing part and the content of different
non-code LibreOffice extensions.
I currently added the features to create a gallery extension. The UI is
currently in a very raw state and will be later. If you want to test
this program and create a gallery extension with it, you could get it
from my github repository:
You can run it from the command line using Python3 (file:
There are currently only four licenses available for LibreOffice
extensions (GPL-2, GPL-3, LGPL-2.1, LGPL-3.0). I'm open for suggestions
of further open source licenses which should be included in the program.


Am 14.03.21 um 11:12 schrieb Andreas Mantke:
Hi all,

I worked on a small graphical program to create non-code LibreOffice
extensions from scratch. This program is currently in a pre-alpha
status. It creates only the skeleton of an extension with the necessary
files. It's work in progress. If you want to give it a first try you
could get it from github:

If you want to run it on Linux you'll find a zip archive Inside the
'dist' sub-folder with the executable and the necessary sub-folder.


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