[dev] Storing configuration data in separate files

2010-01-10 Thread true801
Hi The developer's guide doesn't recommend to store large configuration data for extensions in the hierarchical database. Instead, it recommends to store them in separate files. I would like to know the most suitable place to put these files, given that I don't want to require the user to

[dev] Window title not displayed in OOo 3.1.1

2009-12-14 Thread true801
Hi The following macro creates a simple window with a title. OOo 2.4.1 shows the title normally, while OOo 3.1.1 seems to ignore it. Does anyone know what's wrong ? Thanks Option Explicit Sub Main Dim oNewFrame As Object Dim oNewWindow As Object oNewWindow = CreateWindow( GetToolkit,

Re: [dev] build on Snow Leopard

2009-12-08 Thread true801
What works for me is to pass CC and CXX not as environment variables to configure, but as additional arguments, ./configure ... CC=gcc-4.0 CXX=g++-4.0 That way, they are correctly set in the sourced-in enironment. -Stephan The GNU Coding Standards advise to specify variables as arguments

[dev] Writing help files for an extension

2009-12-07 Thread true801
Hi I'm writing some documentation for an OpenOffice extension, and I have the following problems with my xhp file : - in a paragraph, I define a variable with the attribute visibility set to hidden, but the textual contents of the variable element is still displayed in the paragraph - I

[dev] Selecting the contents of a spreadsheet cell

2009-12-02 Thread true801
Hi When a part of the contents of a spreadsheet cell is selected with the cursor, is it possible to get just the selected part, and not the whole contents of the cell ? Thank you - To unsubscribe, e-mail:

[dev] Service names returned by getSupportedServiceNames

2009-12-01 Thread true801
Hi Could someone explain the following situation (in OOo 3.1.1 on Windows and OOo 2.4.1 on Ubuntu) : the api docs state that the member function getSupportedServiceNames of the service XServiceInfo returns the supported service names of the implementation, including also indirect service

Re: [dev] Service names returned by getSupportedServiceNames

2009-12-01 Thread true801
If getSupportedServiceNames is not reliable, what is the best way to know whether an object supports a service directly or indirectly ? On Dec 1, 2009, at 5:46 PM, true...@gmail.com wrote: Could someone explain the following situation (in OOo 3.1.1 on Windows and OOo 2.4.1 on Ubuntu) :