How to Build LO Eclipse
drewjensen.inbox at gmail.com
Wed Sep 12 11:34:48 UTC 2018
Great and thanks.
I should just wait for the work to be finished and get it after it is
Any idea when that might be?
On Wed, Sep 12, 2018 at 6:49 AM Samuel Mehrbrodt <Samuel.Mehrbrodt at cib.de>
> Hi Drew,
> the python support has not yet been merged to master. You need to check
> out this pull request: https://github.com/LibreOffice/loeclipse/pull/68
> Am 03.09.2018 um 16:28 schrieb Drew Jensen:
> Howdy Shobhan,
> First, a little embarrassed that I somehow skipped visually what was there
> for instructions.
> Not sure I understand about the python project, that is the only reason I
> cloned the repository https://github.com/LibreOffice/loeclipse was to
> pickup the python support. There was no python folder created at that time,
> so maybe I did something wrong right there. Is there a different repository?
> Anyway, imported the source into eclipse (committer-photon june 2018) and
> I've tried building with ant outside eclipse.
> (not sure that it matters but for the LibreOffice installation I'm using
> the 6.2 master daily build and sdk)
> So far no love from either build, but down to only a few errors when done
> inside Eclipse (4 total); outside using ANT many more.
> Anyway, thanks for the response, it was a needed gentle slap on the back
> of the head ;-0
> Will get back into later today and see if I can't get it all worked out.
> If really get stuck I'll ask more.
> Thanks for the work on the project and best wishes,
> On Mon, Sep 3, 2018 at 8:38 AM Shobhan Mandal <dev.shobhanmandal at gmail.com>
>> Hello Drew,
>> If you are looking forward to developing the eclipse addon directly from
>> the source, you can try the following:-
>> *1.* Run this command (switch to the build folder in the downloaded
>> ~/git/loeclipse/build$ *ant -Dlibreoffice.home=/usr/lib/libreoffice
>> *2.* A new folder called 'site' is created beside the existing core,
>> java, python (*python folder will show up if there is Python module in
>> the repository that you downloaded*), build and script folder.
>> *3.* Go to Eclipse. Open the Help menu -> Install -> Click the Add
>> button -> Select Local -> Use the wizard to select the 'site' folder
>> created in above step.
>> A concise version was mentioned under
>> If you are looking forward to contributing to the source code, following
>> the steps mentioned under
>> https://github.com/LibreOffice/loeclipse#development would help you get
>> Thanks and Regards,
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