[Libreoffice] first post and patch proposition (condfrmt)

Robert Dargaud libo at bobiciel.com
Fri Mar 25 01:54:44 PDT 2011

Thank Albert, Kohei and Michael for your welcome messages
Tomorow, I will work to finalize it and try to create a patch with git 
diff (or if I can't, a simple diff with the lastest build).
Have a good day

Le 25/03/11 05:36, Michael Meeks a écrit :
> On Thu, 2011-03-24 at 01:05 +0100, Bob wrote:
>> It's my first post on this mailing list.
> 	Welcome ! :-)
>> Until 3 years ago, I posted regulary on french ooo lists. I return on
>> the french dev list but it's a nomanland ;-) only 3 messages !
>> I think everybody is coming on LibreOffice :-)
> 	Heh well, your support (and code) is much appreciated here, of course !
>> I find a hack I've created in 2008. Yesterday, I've worked to finalise
>> it. I think it may interest you :
>> unlimited count of rules in conditional formating
> 	Looks lovely :-)
>> I'm not qualified for making a patch. Please somebody can help me ?
> 	The best situation would be if you had the source that you based your
> changes on, so you can do a 'diff -ur' against that (as Kohei
> suggested).
> 	Failing that, perhaps the easiest way to generate it is to checkout the
> git repository if you don't have it [ really it is better to get a full
> build so you can test your work ], in this case calc:
> 	git clone git://anongit.freedesktop.org/libreoffice/calc
> 	Then copy your files into the tree, and run a 'git diff' - this should
> show you a lot of changes: your changes, and also anything else that
> changed since you did your work to that file.
> 	I suggest you then edit that diff by chopping out or re-working
> sections that are not your work, and send it in. Some things like the
> global replace of USHORT ->  sal_uInt16, BOOL ->  sal_Bool etc. may need
> repeating on your code if you don't have the original.
>> Screen shot : http://archives.bobiciel.com/libo/condfrmt/condfrmt.jpg
> 	Looks really pretty :-) of course, in extremis I can try to unwind
> exactly what was changed and try to work out what your base version was
> [ even a version number would help here - was it OO.o 3.0 (or whatever)
> ].
> 	Also - since our feature freeze is soon, it'd be wonderful to find that
> out quickly, so we can get this in ... :-)
> 	Thanks !
> 		Michael.

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