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Andreas Säger wrote

Python is platform independent. I don't see any reason why that 
particular script would not run with the Python runtime shipped with 
your LibreOffice.

Yes, I know how to run python scripts ;)
But I get

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File "C:\temp\", line 14, in ?
    import ooutils
  File "C:\temp\", line 36, in ?
    import uno
ImportError: No module named uno

I have edited oopaths to include '/progra~1/libreo~1.5/program' and
'/Program Files/LibreOffice 3.5/program' but no luck...


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