If you search for "python uno" you'll find some documentation that may help.
One of the first hits is http://www.openoffice.org/udk/python/python-bridge.html, where you will
find an extension python-tokencounter-calc-addin.oxt that seems to define a Calc function named
Since .oxt files are actually .zip files, any version of unzip will help you accessing the source
Am 2013-01-20 um 00:49 schrieb Tom Davies <email@example.com>:
There is a chapter about macros in the "Getting Started Guide"
Further down the same page are soem 3rd party guides that might be useful
From: pierre masci <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Saturday, 19 January 2013, 13:16
Subject: [libreoffice-users] OOSheet for Python: How to create a function that can be called
from within a cell?
i have just started to use OOSheet: "a Python module for manipulating
LibreOffice spreadsheet documents and creating macros."
I have managed to create and use my first macros, which is a first
exciting step :-)
Now, what i would like is to define functions that i can call directly
from a cell. For example i would like to write =some_calculation() in
cell A1, and see the result returned by this function in that cell.
Can i do this? If yes, how?
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