Question re the uno-skeletonmaker'-t' CLI qualifier
sbergman at redhat.com
Wed Jan 25 09:05:42 UTC 2023
On 25/01/2023 05:14, David wrote:
> Using the three '-l' options shown above and in the following test
> command with *no**'-t' option* results in a skeletonmaker error,
> presumably because '-t' and '-n' are mandatory in the 'calc-add-in'
> command (BUG: the '-t' is displayed in upper case, which can be
> misleading given case-sensitivity):
see <https://gerrit.libreoffice.org/c/core/+/146126> "Fix typo"
> However treating the '-t' option as a service rather than an interface,
> as follows, works. An <org/openoffice/adl/util> directory tree is
> created in the directory where the skeletonmaker CLI command was run,
> and a very plausible skeleton CalcDL1.java file was created in <util>
> though I haven't been through it in detail.
> Your comment "[...] So I would assume that -t must specify that
> interface type." is what I'd expect too. That's reinforced by the HELP
> text which states: "-t <name> specifies a UNOIDL type name, e.g.
> com.sun.star.text.XText (can be used more than once". Not much doubt
So the uno-skeletonmaker help and diagnostic output apparently uses,
somewhat consistently but maybe also somewhat confusingly, the term
"type" to mean both UNOIDL interfaces and UNOIDL services.
> There's evidently a discrepancy between the LibreOffice Developer's
> Guide, the skeletonmaker HELP text, introductory comments in the
> skeletonmaker source code, all other API guides which repeat the HELP
> text, and what actually works.
Not sure there's any actual discrepancies here? (Note how
also states: "The add-in component has to support two services, the
<idl>com.sun.star.sheet.AddIn</idl> service, and an additional service
that is used to identify the set of functions that the add-in supplies.")
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