sbergman at redhat.com
Thu Apr 30 08:20:18 UTC 2020
On 30/04/2020 03:34, Olivier Hallot wrote:
> The way information is presented to the non-developer is sub-optimal.
> Pre-Doxygen sdk was much easier to navigate and get information as the
> ues cases below
What exactly do you mean with "pre-Doxygen sdk"? (IIRC, Doxygen has
been introduced to replace OOo's autodoc first for generation of the C++
API documentation and then for generation of the UNOIDL API documentation.)
> With installed sdk in his computer at
What exactly is installed there?
as currently available at <https://www.libreoffice.org/download/download/>?
> Let's suppose I am a candidate to macro programming and want to
> Use case 1 : Search for ThisComponent -> no matches
Search how? I find no ability to search on
<file:///opt/libreoffice6.4/sdk/index.html>. (Did you mean the search
field at the top right of
<file:///opt/libreoffice6.4/sdk/docs/idl/ref/index.html>, reached from
<file:///opt/libreoffice6.4/sdk/index.html> via "IDL Reference"? But
then, "ThisComponent" is not a term related to LO's UNOIDL API, so no
matches is a plausible outcome there.)
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