On 11/29/2013 04:21 PM, Element Green wrote:
I recently upgraded to Ubuntu 13.10, which apparently deprecated the
python-uno package which supports Python 2.7. Unfortunately I need this
for use with Appy POD (http://appyframework.org/pod.html), which is a
Python based libreoffice template framework for Writer and Calc. Any ideas
how I can get Python 2.7 Uno support on Ubuntu 13.10?
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
You probably need to install Synaptic. I do not it is installed by default.
I believe the command in terminal is
sudo apt-get install synaptic
Once Synaptic is installed, open it and search for python-uno to see if
there is one for 2.7 available.
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