hossein at libreoffice.org
Mon May 16 22:31:25 UTC 2022
Good to hear that you are expanding your LibreOffice book!
Please take a look at this description from the OpenOffice Wiki:
"STOC" stands for Standard Office (Uno) Components. "STOC" implements
that basic binary Uno components, which are
* the coreflection,
* the defaultregistry,
* the implementation registration,
* the introspection,
* the invocation,
* the invocation adapterfactory,
* the Java component loader,
* the Java VM loader,
* the shared library component loader,
* the naming service,
* the proxy factory,
* the registry based type description provider,
* the security manager,
* the standard service manager,
* the simple registry,
* the type description provider manager,
* the type conversion, and
* the URI managers.
On 16.05.2022 18:12, Chris Sherlock wrote:
>> On 17 May 2022, at 2:05 am, Chris Sherlock
>> <chris.sherlock79 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I’ve finally got some time to keep writing my Inside LibreOffice
>> book. It has been very slow going, but a labour of love.
>> Currently I am looking at the stoc module (aka the Registries,
>> reflections and introspection module for UNO). My question is: what
>> actually uses this? I don’t see any global headers, and apart from a
>> module called qadevooo I can’t see anything that seems to actually use
>> Any info greatly appreciated!
>> Sent from my iPhone
> Ok, I think I’m about to answer my own question, but is the actual
> implementation of com.sun.star.lang.ServiceManager done in stoc?
> Also, what does stoc stand for?
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