Packaging a template set into an Extension

Andreas Mantke maand at
Sat Oct 1 15:50:21 UTC 2022

Hi Kevin,

Am 01.10.22 um 12:47 schrieb Kevin Suo:
> Dear Community:
> I am trying to package several templates (i.e., a template set) into
> an extension, so that others can install this extension and have these
> templates installed all at once rather than copy-paste those ott files
> one by one manually into the <instdir>/user/templates folder.
> I have the following files in the folder:
> $ tree . . ├── description.xml ├── META-INF │   └── manifest.xml ├──
> mimetype ├── Paths.xcu └── template     ├──
>     └──
> And I zip these as chinese_template.oxt. After I install the oxt, the
> extension shows up in the extension manager, but the template files
> are not shown in the Template Manager dialog. I don't know where I did
> it wrong. I searched the internet and did not get an answer yet.
> Could someone please help me?
> I have uploaded the contents of the above files into my Nextcloud
> shared folder (with upload and editing permissions, so that you can
> edit them or add new files):
maybe you could look at this example:

I didn't test it with a current version of LibreOffice.


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