Looking for a code portion: import/export document formats
pbeltranl at gmail.com
Mon Aug 13 03:39:10 PDT 2012
Thank you for the info. But what I trying to achieve is displaying documents
on mobile devices and desktops regardless the format and the platform. So, I
guess I need to run some LO source code on those platforms.
At the present, DocMiner (www.docminer.com) is able to display any document
ODF, MS Office, Adobe PDF,... on mobile devices by using a LO instance on a
remote server in order to transform them.
MS Office -> LibreOffice -> PDF -> SWFTools -> SWF -> Adobe AIR -> iOS &
Well, at the present DocMiner uses jodConverter which looks similar to UNO
transformation service (in essence). I want to replace the transformation
remote service by a local service. The only way is by running LibreOffice
(entirely or partially) on mobile platforms.
So, I've two alternatives:
1. Run the entire LibreOffice suite on Android, iOS ,... and use UNO
2. Use some relevant LO source code parts only to transform document
What do you recommend?
Tip: in order to run LibreOffice on Android, iOS, Windows, MacOS X, and
Linux ( this last requires Flash on Google Chrome browser) I will use
Adobe's Alchemy 2 which can compile C/C++ source code in AVM bytecodes ->
C/C++ runs on Flash Player/AIR.
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