[Libreoffice] PyUno is Python 3 compatible

Michael Meeks michael.meeks at novell.com
Sat May 7 12:40:26 PDT 2011

Hi Andreas,

On Sat, 2011-04-23 at 23:15 +0200, Andreas Becker wrote:
> I figured out that libpyuno.so is required for compilation, sorry for
> the confusion. Now, pyuno.so is symlinked to libpyuno.so.

	So - I reviewed the patch; lots of nice cleanup in there - although,
it'd be great to separate code / porting work from whitespace fixes etc.

	Anyhow - since no-one was answering this:

> It would be nice if someone tested the patch, especially in Windows or
> Apple Mac.

	And I loved the improvements :-) I decided to commit to master; it
builds and runs nicely for me against python 2.7 - hopefully it does so
for older versions.

	Perhaps Rainer can try out the python scripting with the next snapshot
we build.

	I've also queued up upgrading our internal python to 3.0 in the 4.0
plans in the wiki (though perhaps we can go sooner - after all, each
Linux distro using --system-python has a different version I guess).

	After all that goodness, what are your next plans ?

	Thanks muchly !


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