<solved> Publishing the MySQL Connector

Fernand Vanrie sos at pmgroup.be
Thu Jun 6 03:40:49 PDT 2013

On 6/06/2013 12:32, Fernand Vanrie wrote:

Jézus, confirmed that the extension can been downloaded from the 
extension site

Thanks to every one who helped use LO 4... as frontend for MySQL


> On 6/06/2013 6:56, Lionel Elie Mamane wrote:
>> On Sat, May 25, 2013 at 05:54:03PM +0200, Andreas Mantke wrote:
>>> Am 25.05.2013 17:35, schrieb Jesús Corrius:
>>>>      I can do it. Should I rename the extension-file thus it reflects
>>>>      the use only for Windows? And maybe a version number in the file
>>>>      name would a big value.
>>>> This is the default file name you get when you compile it. I guess we
>>>> can name it something like mysql-connector-windows-1.0.1. Does it
>>>> sound good?
>>> yes. Could you do this and give me the new URL on dropbox. I'll do the
>>> fun stuff on the extensions-site then ;-)
>> Currently, when one downloads, one gets a file named
>> "extension-file-for-windows" instead of "something.oxt". This confuses
>> users, which think there is not extension; LibreOffice's extension
>> manager will by default *not* propose it for installation since it is
>> not called "something.oxt". Especially for Windows users in the
>> default configuration where the native file manager (explorer) does
>> not show extensions by default, and does not give any way to change a
>> file's extension, this can be stumping.
>> Please rename the file on the extensions website.
> there is also good news, Bernard Ribot reported on the issue
> Hi,
> I downloaded extension with Jesus Corrius url.
> Download is OK.
> Installation under Win 7 32bits with LO 4.0 and LO 4.1.0 beta1 is OK.
> Extension works correctly.
> Thanks,
> Bernard Ribot
> greetz
> Fernand
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