[Libreoffice] plugin for advanced engineering calculationsand
Luiz Henrique Natalino
luizhenriquenatalino at gmail.com
Tue Mar 29 06:56:31 PDT 2011
Thank you for your attention.
I'm working on a university project, where the goal is to develop solutions
for advanced calculations. eg. (integrals, derivatives, polynomials ... etc)
a range of funçções. But as I said do not believe it useful to go into
details of the source code. I can not script vba for this? I started
compiling the code and am downloading it is necessary?
would be interesting to have this built-in code?
I use linux:) think it will facilitate.
I intend to start as soon as possible, but as I said above ... would
to use scripts or leave vba embedded in the source code.
2011/3/29 Michael Meeks <michael.meeks at novell.com>
> Hi Luiz,
> On Tue, 2011-03-29 at 08:08 -0300, Luiz Henrique Natalino wrote:
> > I'm having a task to develop a plugin for advanced engineering
> > calculationsand use this resource in libreoffice, like the lords of
> > the ropes.
> Nice ! :-) So - I guess the first question is: does it really need
> be a plugin ? if these are generally useful formulae (or whatever) it
> can be best to simply have them included in the product itself.
> Inclusion really helps you - maintained by other people, helps to scale
> contribution, translation goes through the normal flow etc. etc.
> > 1) What do you interface development Usage?
> Well; VCL if you're writing C++, failing that there is some horrible
> UNO interface for VCL in the toolkit/ module.
> > 2) You can place this contribution in libreoffice?
> Of course - it is more than welcome; it needs to be dual-licensed
> MPL/LGPLv3+ to be included though - a license template is in bootstrap/
> > 3) where the documentation located?
> Good question :-) there is sparse-to-non-existent documentation
> the place. Some of the UNO interfaces are documented, but in general
> asking people on IRC is a good move, and/or finding an existing plugin
> or feature that is most similar to what you want :-)
> First - get a build that you can compile and run, that is easiest on
> Linux of course.
> For calc (for example), the code is in the sc/ module - have a poke
> around in there. If you just want to add some functions scaddins/ has
> some UNO based function implementations that might be fun to base on.
> What else - is there an existing dialog that does something similar
> what you want ? we can dig out the code for that for you to read.
> All the best,
> michael.meeks at novell.com <><, Pseudo Engineer, itinerant idiot
Att. Luiz Henrique Natalino
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