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From hongyun.an <hongyun...@cs2c.com.cn>
Subject Re: RE: Open the UOF2.0 source codes
Date Thu, 28 Jun 2012 11:49:57 GMT
Dear everyone:

Thanks to all your help,so far I have finished merging the UOF v2.0 source code to the Aoo3.4(svn
version1354914) both on the Windows and Linux.
The source code is 33 files and about 2M,mainly in filter/source/config,filter/source/xmlfilterdetect,
filter/source/xsltfilter,scp2/source/ooo.
Now it can work very well in sw,sc,sd. It could load as the uof v2.0 format files(uot,uos,uop),also
could open them.

thank you,Dennis.
But I have forgotten my password.
I go to the <http://id.apache.org> and enter my ID number,then click the "Forgot your
password".
In the new window I enter my ID in the frame which is like this "Apache User ID:______@apache.org",
With that I get the message "Email sent,Message-ID=<20120628100728.462c29a@id.apache.org".
I don't know whether I have the apache.org email and I could not log in this email.
Could you tell me how to reset my password?

Another question: could I commit the source code to the Aoo3.4 trunk?

best wishes!
--------------
hongyun.an
>@hongyun.an
>
>Yes, you are Apache committer hyan@ a.o.  
>
>You may be required to reset your password in order to make commits to SVN.  There was
a general requirement to change passwords as the result of a recent security issue.  Simply
go to <http://id.apache.org> and follow the change-password procedure.
>
>You may want to update your e-mail forwarding for hyan@ at the same time if you have not
already done so.
>
>+1 for how you propose to account for the approach and then carry it out.
>
> - Dennis
>
>PS: Ensure that the SVN-client configuration options specify UTF-8 encoding on the committed
files, assuming that is needed for the Chinese-language characters included in XML NCNames
and their counterparts in the UOF source code.  There may also need to be some experimentation
to ensure that any use of Chinese-language characters in source code work through all of the
build cases.  I recommend subversion configuration file entries along the following lines:
>
>   *.html = svn:mime-type=text/html;;charset=UTF-8
>   *.htm = svn:mime-type=text/html;;charset=UTF-8
>   *.xml = svn:mime-type=application/xml;;charset=UTF-8
>   *.c = svn:mime-type=text/plain;;charset=UTF-8;svn:eol-style=native
>   *.cpp = svn:mime-type=text/plain;;charset=UTF-8;svn:eol-style=native
>
>(I have not tried the combination of svn:mime-type and svn:eol-style.  Experiment is required.)
> 
>
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: hongyun.an [mailto:hongyun.an@cs2c.com.cn] 
>Sent: Monday, June 11, 2012 05:38
>To: ooo-dev
>Subject: Re: Re: Open the UOF2.0 source codes
>
>
>The size of the source code is about 2M,30 files.
>As far as I know, I have the  the commit right in  incubator ooo Project.
>According to your suggestions,I think we should do two things firstly:
>1:Check whether  the code could work in Aoo3.4 based on the Windows and Linux.
>2:Introduce the work we have done on wiki http://wiki.services.openoffice.org/wiki/Documentation.
>As soon as I complete these works ,I will message to the mail list.
>
>Thank you.
>best wishes.
>
>--------------
>hongyun.an
>>On Mon, Jun 11, 2012 at 1:44 AM, Pedro Giffuni <pfg@apache.org> wrote:
>>>
>>>
>>> --- Lun 11/6/12, hongyun.an <hongyun.an@cs2c.com.cn> ha scritto:
>>> ...
>>>> Data: Lunedì 11 giugno 2012, 00:20
>>>> You are welcome.We hope it will be
>>>> more compatible between the ODF and UOF2.0.
>>>> Could anybody tell me how submit the code?
>>>> --------------
>>>
>>> I guess it depends on the size. One option
>>> would be to put up a tarball somewhere, but
>>> perhaps its better to create a branch in SVN.
>>>
>>
>>The UOF support is in 30 files, mainly in filter/source/config,
>>filter/source/xmlfilterdetect, filter/source/xsltfilter
>>
>>If a committer can verify that it works, it should be small enough to
>>check into the trunk.
>>
>>Some test documents would help as well.
>>
>>-Rob
>>
>>> It would be great if one of our Chinese
>>> commiters takes the lead on this.
>>>
>>> Pedro.
>>>
>>>> hongyun.an
>>>> >This is excellent news!
>>>> >
>>>> >Thank you Hongyun An, we are delighted to have this
>>>> huge
>>>> >development for/from the Chinese community!
>>>> >
>>>> >Pedro.
>>>> >
>>>> >--- Dom 10/6/12, hongyun.an <hongyun.an@cs2c.com.cn>
>>>> ha scritto:
>>>> >>Hi,everyone:
>>>> >
>>>> >My name is Hongyun An and I am serving in CS2C.Since
>>>> 2008,I have worked for the document format
>>>> interoperability.
>>>> >Now I am serving for the China Standard Software
>>>> Co.,Ltd(CS2C).
>>>> >We are going to open the UOF2.0 source codes which are
>>>> researched for years based on OpenOffice.
>>>> >Until now We have send the SGA and the SGA from China
>>>> Standard Software Co, Ltd has been filed in the Apache
>>>> >Software Foundation records.
>>>> >Now  let me tell you what UOF2.0 is and how
>>>> important it is.
>>>> >As a Chinese document format,UOF(Unified Office document
>>>> Format) describes the document format structure basing on
>>>> >the W3C XML Schema,using Chinese character tags.Now UOF
>>>> has a wide range of applications.In China,many departments
>>>> >use the UOF as the compatibility format.
>>>> >UOF2.0 is improved more greatly than UOF1.1. It has a
>>>> better structure, which  is  multi-file
>>>> structure,including uof.xml,
>>>> >meta.xml,context.xml,chart.xml,graphics.xml,rules.xml
>>>> and so on. And UOF2.0 unifies the definition of the public
>>>> properties,
>>>> >supports the multi-language.
>>>> >Until now we  have achieved reading and writing
>>>> the  UOF2.0 documents by modifying the OpenOffice
>>>> source codes and the
>>>> >style sheets.
>>>> >
>>>> >
>>>> >
>>>> >
>>>> >Hongyun An
>>>> >Office +8610-51659955-3102
>>>> >CS2C
>>>> >20F,Yingu Building,No.9 Beisihuan Xilu,Haidian District
>>>> Beijing China
>
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