Help compiling an idl for an Add-in

lucass lucass at
Tue Nov 10 05:57:38 PST 2015

When using the ubuntu sdk I did do that, I setted the same cpp from which I
copied the version output and the sdk from the libreoffice-dev package.
I'm not at my computer right now.
I saw that setsdkenv_unix prints all setted values, I'll recheck them later
and send it here.


On Tue, Nov 10, 2015 at 11:16 AM, Stephan Bergmann <sbergman at>

> On 11/10/2015 01:53 PM, lucass wrote:
>> I downloaded the rpm file on the official site and extracted it (using
>> the file compression tool that comes with ubuntu).
>> I couldn't make idlc work, but I think it was because my own lack of
>> experience.
>> When running idlc it complained about not finding .
> For one, you need to configure the LO SDK before using it, by running its
>, see <>).
> Did you do that?  If not, that is maybe also the reason why the
> Ubuntu-provided LO SDK does not work for you.
> For another, a LO SDK should always be used in combination with a matching
> LO installation.  It is unwise and unsupported to use a LO SDK downloaded
> from together with a Ubuntu-provided LO installation.
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