Am 02.04.21 um 14:10 schrieb Andreas Mantke:
I worked further on the PyQt program, LibreOffice extension creator,
during the last days and added new features. I also improved the GUI of
the program. The UI needs some further love.
It is possible to create the available non-code LibreOffice extensions
with the program.
You could get the program from my Github repository:
I'm looking for some feedback.
If there is some interest from TDF, I could create and upload a
compiled package of the program to a TDF resource (size > 50 MB).
it seemed there is no interest from TDF to host such a program which
supports the more easy creation of LibreOffice extensions. Thus I
created a Python package from the source code and published a first
version on the Python Package Index (PyPI):
Currently you need to manually install PyQt5 and validators with pip in
your Python (virtual) environment. The program to create the extensions
will be installed inside the site-packages subfolder. You need to run it
from there. The extension will be created inside this directory.
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