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|mario authored 49 days ago last checkin c62b11cb0 ⎘|
|📄 Makefile||Disable ToggleDropdown, update dependencies‹›||57 days ago|
|📄 httprequests.py||Fix GogoleAjax to rejoin split up ssentences (from nested list).‹›||57 days ago|
|📄 pt_dialogs.py||Change exception names, and use `LangSelection` for dialog (makes err‹›||49 days ago|
|📄 six.py||Compatibility with AOO uno and python (2.7, not 3.x), PropertyValue()‹›||428 days ago|
|📄 translationbackends.py||Change exception names, and use `LangSelection` for dialog (makes err‹›||49 days ago|
|📄 unocompat.py||Move MessageBox() to unocompat (not actually used anymore, doesn't wo‹›||49 days ago|
Any modules in pythonpath/ become accessible in the LibreOffice python environment.
- Hence a good place for splitting some code into.
- Also used to bundle
requestsand other modules for Windows-package (1MB .oxt).
See the Makefile on how to deploy additional packages herein. Afterwards you could simply add/copy this directory into any existing pagetranslate.oxt.
Alternatively to bundling python modules in the OXT, one could also install them system-wide, or even within the Office program/ folder.
For Linux and LibreOffice installations, it's most sensible to add dependencies for the current user or Python site-packages via:
pip3 install -U requests translate deep-translator six # or `sudo pip3 ...` for system-wide installation
OpenOffice comes with a bundled python interpreter and package library, which also allows expansion. You should do this very selectively, and keep in mind that it's unlikely permanent (e.g. when updating/reinstalling the office package itself).
You firstly need to locate the openofficeX/program/ folder. It contains both the python
binary and a python-core-x.x.x/ directory.
Therein you can update packages via:
pip install -U requests translate deep-translator -t ./lib/site-packages/
Again, this isn't the most advisable approach, but sometimes the easiest workaround for ImportErrors and such.
The same procedure can be used for Windows installations of LibreOffice/OpenOffice.
You should have a
pip.exe in the
OpenOffice4.x\program\ folder already. Else use
get-pip.py from https://bootstrap.pypa.io/ with the