[Libreoffice] c++ sample for calc add-on

Lars Callenbach lars.callenbach at gmx.de
Fri Dec 23 13:02:16 PST 2011

Dear Michael,

thank you for your hints and for your offer. After reading the comments I went back to the beginning and startet with a simple setup. The calc add-on (quantlib plugin for quantlib 1.1) has many dependent libraries - some statically and some dynamically linked. In the simplified setup I have seen that I have to change one remaining statically linked library to the corresponding dynamic one -> the plugin works fine (under Windows and Linux/amd64). 

Thanks a lot,

-------- Original-Nachricht --------
> Datum: Mon, 19 Dec 2011 12:41:12 +0000
> Von: Michael Meeks <michael.meeks at suse.com>
> An: Lars Callenbach <lars.callenbach at gmx.de>
> CC: libreoffice at lists.freedesktop.org
> Betreff: Re: [Libreoffice] c++ sample for calc add-on

> Hi Lars,
> On Sat, 2011-12-17 at 21:33 +0100, Lars Callenbach wrote:
> > I have a template for the quantlib addin which works for OO3.2.
> > Unfortunately it does not work for LibreOffice-3.4. Does anybody have
> > a template with necessary interface functions in c++ for LO-3.4? I
> > have looked at the c++ examples in the SDK without success. Using the
> > ideas of the java examples did not work. At the moment the plugin
> > crashes LO if I try to insert a function.
> 	Sounds nasty; when you say 'insert a function' - you're wanting to add
> a function to calc ? if so the code in 'scaddins' is prolly best
> practise, but of course if it worked with OO.o 3.2 it should work with
> LibO 3.3+ etc. Having said that we got stricter on XML validation for
> various config files & so on.
> > By the way: I have to replace the onboard libstdc++ in ure-link/lib by
> > the system libstdc++ to use other libraries. Why is there on old
> > libstdc++?
> 	This may be related to your problems I guess. The old libstdc++ is
> there to support old extensions that compiled against that, presumably
> that became part of our C++ ABI at some stage.
> 	Do you have some code to play with / test ? and/or a stack trace and/or
> more details ? Also - we really prefer to put useful functionality into
> the core of LibreOffice so more users can get at it - would that make
> sense for your feature ?
> 	Thanks,
> 		Michael.
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