That is a Linux shell script is it not? I think it's been established that the OP is a Windows
user. Please identify the Windows equivalent file as well as the quoted Linux file. I am guessing
that it exists in the user's file system once LO is installed and that it is invoked when execution
of soffice begins.
You speak of editing the script so that it opens the specific calc (.ods?) files. I have not
exhaustively examined the 3 1/2 printed pages the script occupies so pardon me if the next question
is answered in an obvious manner within the script. Where does one look in the script for the code
to open certain "calc" files?
This is a very interesting discussion.
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From: toki <email@example.com>
Sent: Wed, 27 May 2015 22:26
Subject: Re: [libreoffice-users] open files automatically
On 27/05/2015 19:28, Steve Edmonds wrote:
This is still not what the OP wants.
What he wants to know, is how to edit
# This file is part of the LibreOffice project.
# oosplash does the rest: forcing pages in, javaldx etc. are
exec $VALGRINDCHECK $STRACECHECK "$sd_prog/oosplash" "$@"
so that it opens the specific calc files.
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