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From J├╝rgen Schmidt <>
Subject Re: convert voice to text
Date Sun, 27 Jan 2013 11:48:54 GMT
On 1/26/13 11:02 PM, mostafa bahaloo wrote:
> hi dear 
> i study in ITI university .
> my project is to develop extension for liberoffice program in linux open 
> suse  that can convert voice to text ,

only to make clear, LibreOffice is not 100% the same as OpenOffice and
it will probably more different in the future.

We concentrate here on OpenOffice that you can install under Linux as
well but you have to do it on your own and it is not so integrated in
common package managers at the moment. We hope this will change soon.

> skill  
> i work in programming language  on windows such as c ,c++ , 
> c#,vb,,
> java,------web develop=> php, .net javascript, ,etc   ...  later .
> but in linux  i'm beginner .
> question is 
> 1)what lanquage is the best for do it .(writing extension )?

I would recommend Java because it is platform independent, make fun and
probably have some libraries in place that you can use. I used for
example a helper library to convert text in speech in a demo extension.

> 2)is any document about writing extension in pdf format ?

you can find docu in the wiki, eg. in the DevGuide but also on some
other pages describing specific extensions or service provider
interfaces ... Ask further questions on demand

> 3)do the extention best for it?
> if is  any thing help ,please give me.

Look for the NetBeans plugin, it provides some helper and it helps to
speed up your work regarding packaging of a final extension package,
debugging directly from NetBeans in the office, some basic wizards, code
completion, ...


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