Proposal/Prototype support for "fill in character" in Calc Number Format Strings // final patch set
johann.messner at jku.at
Tue Jul 31 08:59:02 PDT 2012
I managed to use and learn from your patches published in the
thread 28410 on http://thread.gmane.org/gmane.comp.documentfoundation.libreoffice.devel/
Some minor modifications were useful to close some gaps (glitches).
Please get my "final" patch info set for my local libreoffice-3.5.3
file tree on
(-> file: patchInfo-31-Jul-2012__for_libreoffice.3.5.3.txt )
Please have a look at the modifications and adopt them if you
feel they are useful.
I will be on holiday for the next 2 weeks ...
Many thanks again for preparing this fine work. I am confident
that the support for a fill-in character (in order to implement
user defined "accounting number formats") will promote the acceptance
of LibreOffice Calc at the office desktop PC.
Am Do, 26.Jul.12, KW30 (13:06:22 Uhr) schrieb Noel Power <nopower at suse.com>:
> Hi Johann,
> On 24/07/12 10:32, Noel Power wrote:
> >Hi Johann,
> >firstly apologies for the late replying, I have only just got back
> >from vacation and am catching up with email.
> >On 06/07/12 18:10, Kohei Yoshida wrote:
> >>Hi Johann,
> >>I hope you don't mind me forwarding this nice work of yours to our
> >>main development mailing list, to let other interested developers
> >>know of your work. Let me also CC Noel since he's done a very
> >>similar work for 3.6. There may be some overlap between his work and
> Hopefuily I didn't blind you with too many details with the last email.
> Put more simply what I would really love is if you could look to see if
> we need to amend the width calculation that is located here
> and see if we need to include the work you already did. it would be
> brilliant to get your input on that and even some patch/code from you to
> improve it.
> Also if you wish you could help with is the patch for enabling
> persisting to odf needs updating to use "<number:fill-character>"
> instead of "number:repeated", of course any other general testing. bug
> reporting & patches in this area wildly appreciated also. Are you
> interested or have any time for any of that?
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