2017-04-04 11:16 GMT+02:00 Stephan Bergmann <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
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.)
I'm using GuixSD.
Libreoffice is the one provided by GuixSD.
I' m trying to package unoconv (and maybe other UNO based python tools) on
GuixSD, so in this case I' m somewhat of a distributor.
I was hoping that by being able to import the UNO based libraries I would
have envisioned a path to make this work.
Maybe I should move this to the dev mailing list ?
Anyway, the general policy of GuixSD is to unbundle, when possible. So I
suppose their Libreoffice doesn' t bundle a python interpreter.
Particulary, I know they use the "--disable-fetch-external" configure flag
I' d be happy if I could make this work with the system provided python.
Thanks in advance
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