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From Pranet Verma <pranetve...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Getting started with development
Date Thu, 13 Feb 2014 01:33:25 GMT
Hi

It worked like a charm. Thanks for the help.



On Tue, Feb 11, 2014 at 2:22 PM, Andre Fischer <awf.aoo@gmail.com> wrote:

> On 10.02.2014 18:32, Pranet Verma wrote:
>
>> Hi,
>> Thanks for the link.
>> I completed the build earlier, but i'm still not able to achieve the task
>> listed here https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Tutorial_Start
>>
>> 1)
>> This is the exact change i made in the file(Accelerators.xcu): (after line
>> 123)
>> <!-- Tutorial-1 -->
>>     <node oor:name="T_MOD1" oor:op="replace">
>>      <prop oor:name="Command"><value xml:lang="x-no-translate">I10N
>> SHORTCUTS - NO TRANSLATE</value>
>>       <value xml:lang="en-US">.uno:About</value>
>>      </prop>
>>     </node>
>>     <!--  -->
>>
>> 2) Now the next steps says
>> "*You can copy your changed Accelerators.xcu file directly into the
>> install
>> directory (\OpenOffice.org
>> 3\Basis\share\registry\data\org\openoffice\Office\Accelerators.xcu).*
>>
>> - Im unable to find this file. When they say install directory, Im
>> assuming
>> they mean : opt/openoffice4/
>>
>
> Sadly, this information is outdated.
>
>    So i tried the next option:
>>
>> *Or, you can build the module and rebuild the installer (this assumed you
>>
>> have previously fully built it, if not then just do the usual build --all
>> -P4 from the instsetoo module).*
>>
>> Did this one i think. Just followed the building guide and got the
>> software
>> running earlier. So far so good(I think)
>> *From the $SRCROOT\officecfg directory call "build", then "deliver" to
>> send
>> the changed Accelerators.xcu file to the solenv module.*
>>
>> Im assuming this is: source/aoo-trunk/main/officecfg        . There is no
>> option to call build or deliver (these are terminal commands here?)
>>
>
> The module postprocess/ has to be built, too. So, do
>
> cd officecfg
> build
> deliver
> cd ../postprocess
> build
> deliver
> cd ../instsetoo_native
> build
>
> And install the new set of packages (I assume you are working on Linux).
>  The part that is missing from the Wiki page seems to be that several XCU
> files have to be combined into main.xcd (that is done in postprocess/).
>  You can skip building a new installation set
>
> cd ../instsetoo_native
> build
>
> and just copy main.xcd into your installed office like
>
> cd ..   # (to get back to main/)
> cp solver/410/<platform>/xml/main.xcd <office-installation>/share/
> registry/main.xcd
>
> where <platform> the content of the $INPATH environment variable and
> <office-installation> is something like /opt/openoffice4/
>
>
> If you succeed then we can think about updating the Wiki page.
>
> -Andre
>
>
>> EDIT: i called
>> "./bootstrap" and then "source LinuxX86Env.Set.sh<http://
>> linuxx86env.set.sh/>"
>>
>> from main/ and then repeated the above step. It worked. Ouput:
>>
>> deliver -- version: 275594
>> Module 'officecfg' delivered successfully. 1 files copied, 247 files
>> unchanged
>>
>>
>> *Then change to the instsetoo module and call "build", then install.*
>>
>> I dont need to do "build -all" here do I? I just used "build", and it did
>> so.
>>
>>
>> 3)After installing when I run, the software and press ctrl+T nothing
>> happens.
>> Could you please tell me where I'm going wrong?
>>
>>
>>
>>
>> Thank You
>>
>>
>> On Fri, Feb 7, 2014 at 10:43 PM, Rob Weir <robweir@apache.org> wrote:
>>
>>  On Thu, Feb 6, 2014 at 10:03 AM, Pranet Verma <pranetverma@gmail.com>
>>> wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>> Could you please tell me how to get started with Open Office
>>>> development?
>>>>
>>>> I began by following this guide :
>>>> https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Development
>>>> , but after building the source and installing the program when I
>>>> reached
>>>> the first tutorial ( https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Tutorial_Start )
>>>>
>>> it
>>>
>>>> failed(I'm pretty sure i followed all the steps but ctrl+T just doesnt
>>>>
>>> work
>>>
>>>> like its supposed to) .
>>>> The page does seem to be outdated to me (considering some folder name
>>>> and
>>>> syntax of files do not match with the guide, though i may be wrong), I
>>>>
>>> was
>>>
>>>> wondering if there was a better source to learn from.
>>>>
>>>> I'm reasonably comfortable with c/c++ , and am pretty active in
>>>>
>>> competitive
>>>
>>>> programming, but developments new for me , so any help is appreciated.
>>>> Also, if possible could you direct me to modules using c/c++
>>>>
>>> specifically?
>>>
>>>> Im open to learning new languages, but to start with I would prefer
>>>>
>>> working
>>>
>>>> in a familiar environment.
>>>>
>>>>  Hi Pranet,
>>>
>>> Welcome to the Apache OpenOffice project!   I'd recommend taking a
>>> look at our New Volunteer orientation pages for some useful background
>>> on the project and how it works:
>>>
>>> http://openoffice.apache.org/orientation/
>>>
>>> The page on getting started with development is the key one:
>>>
>>> http://openoffice.apache.org/orientation/intro-development.html
>>>
>>> That will get you started on downloading the source code and doing
>>> your first build of OpenOffice.  Getting a build running on Linux is
>>> pretty easy.  Windows takes a bit more effort to set up the pre-reqs.
>>> (I've never done a Mac build, but I hear it is easy as well).  Either
>>> way, give it a try and post further messages if you get stuck.
>>>
>>> Regards,
>>>
>>> -Rob
>>>
>>>
>>>  Thank You
>>>>
>>>
>
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