[Libreoffice] [PATCH] [WIP] Bug 33293 - [EasyHack] Make starting count of worksheets configurable
programming at ertai.nl
Fri May 27 16:01:29 PDT 2011
I have worked on this bug before I heard that you had already worked on
it. Did you work any further on it? Maybe we can callaborate on it?
I have found the place where the number of sheets is set. This is in
Please let me know.
On 18-05-11 08:39, Albert Thuswaldner wrote:
> Hi Kohei,
> Thanks for your help.
> On Mon, May 9, 2011 at 21:19, Kohei Yoshida<kyoshida at novell.com> wrote:
>> On Sun, 2011-05-08 at 17:09 +0200, Albert Thuswaldner wrote:
>>> Dear List,
>>> As a first attempt to contribute some code to LO, I've started hacking
>>> on his:
>>> I think I have come quite far with implementing the changes to the
>>> configuration dialog (see the patch). Here there is still some things
>>> to do, like figuring out why the contents of the tab page isn't
>>> showing up. Any hints?
>> So, when you say the contents of the tag page isn't showing up, do you
>> mean the page entry is not in the tree on the left at all, or the entry
>> is there but the page shows up empty?
> The page entry was in the tree but the tab page itself showed up
> empty. However, I have solved this part now! :)
> There was an additional place in the code that needed to be modified.
>>> Also why are many of the same resource id's defined both in
>>> libs-core/svx/source/src/app.hrc and
>> I have no clue about this. Maybe it's a remnant of one of those code
>> relocation efforts that took place awhile ago in the OOo code?
>>> For the other part of problem i.e, how to actually set the number of
>>> sheets for a new spreadsheet, I am completely lost. I haven't found
>>> where in the code this should be done, (using opengrok.+ guessing).
>>> Could someone please give me a hint on how to go about finding this?
>>> How is a new spreadsheet generated? xml template? through using the
>>> internal api?
>> Check around the ScTable class. That's the class that implements each
>> sheet instance. Especially pay close attention to its constructor, and
>> assuming that it gets called three times during the startup of Calc, you
>> can perhaps set a break point in there to see who instaniates it 3
>> times, and trace back from there.
> I've mostly focused on the configuration part as of yet, now I will
> focus on this part.
> Thanks for the hint.
>> Great to see you working on this, BTW.
>> Kohei Yoshida, LibreOffice hacker, Calc
>> <kyoshida at novell.com>
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