On 02/24/2013 11:32 AM, Adam Tauno Williams wrote:
This seems to be a general consensus and it sucks for my purposes at
On Sun, 2013-02-24 at 16:56 +0100, Wolfgang Keller wrote:
If I'm incorrect, please let me know what is correct - but I'm pretty
sure that someone with some PyUno skills will be needed.
I would guess that those are rare, since PyUNO is at about the best
kept secret of LO(/OO).
+1 +1 +1
I've even attempted to make several runs at it. The documentations is a
*@(^&@*$^&@*# crime. There are silly trivial "Hello World" examples,
and there is the dump of the API. And nothing in between.
If someone implements this as a contribution to the project *PLEASE
PLEASE PLEASE* do a step-by-step BLOG article/series of it. I'll send
them a six-pack; just let me know the URL.
There really seems to be an *AMAZING* amount of power just sitting there
to be used - but it is completely obscured to anyone not aleady familiar
with UNO's syntax and vocabulary.
Especially with the introduction of CMIS support it really seems a great
time to facilitate real automation via LibreOffice.
Another option is just going straight python and at least compiling the
necessary numbers, then manually doing the charts and what not.
Anyone able to do this?
Maybe we need to get doc team involved at some point with PyUno to see
if they can start getting decent documentation together.
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