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On 04/04/2017 08:25 AM, Catonano wrote:
with Libreoffice, I' d like to pilot Libreoffice with Python.

Around the internet many pages suggest to use the Python interpreter
supplied by the Libreoffice suite and use that interpeter prompt to load
the UNO based libraries.

Is this suggestion still valid ?

In the path


I see no python interpeter to call

What operating system are you using, and where did you get LO from? (For example, some Linux distros don't bundle Python with their LO packages, but instead see to make LO's PyUNO work with the distro's Python.)

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