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Now I have looked on the links you send me!

The first (to "OpenDocument Fellowship </>")
These tools seem to be only for Linux, andcontains only a set of conversion tools for OpenDocument files
(If I have understood right)

On the other link you send me.
I will look some more on this technique (pyUNO), but it is not so easy to understand the all instructions.
 I got the example "Hello world" to work.

But not from an other program.  Before it works, you must
   - Close all LibreOffice program
- Then you must run soffice "-accept=socket,host=localhost,port=2002;urp;" to open an port. - Make a decision which program you will run (Writer / Calc - and so on) - After that you can run the script with the command .: python

My wish is that from command prompt or Python or...
make a call to "test.ods" and be able to read a cell, or write to a cell without opening LibreOffice Calc.

Is that possible? (I think so)

If I got information about how LibreOffice XML file is built, I would write directly to the file. - But its more easy and safe to use a command and I think that someone has made it before.


Jan Öhman skrev 2012-09-20 09:34:
Great! I want to look on this solutions.
Thank you!

Andreas Säger skrev 2012-09-20 00:42:
Generate office valid documents without any office suite:
Accessing the UNO API of LibreOffice/OpenOffice in Python: (similar things work
with Java and some other languages)

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