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From Jürgen Schmidt <>
Subject Re: convert voice to text
Date Sun, 27 Jan 2013 12:40:28 GMT
here again with you in cc because you are not subscribed. Thanks for the
pointer Hagar ;-)

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On 1/27/13 12:48 PM, Jürgen Schmidt wrote:
> 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, ...
> Juergen

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