Mocking OpenOffice in python?
pibizza at gmail.com
Wed Mar 14 15:14:11 CET 2007
On 14 Mar, 14:52, Shane Geiger <sgei... at ncee.net> wrote:
> My take was that this is an effort to manipulate these files without the
> need for Open Office, so I replied as follows:
> Open Office files (.ods and perhaps .odt) are just zipped or gzipped.
> Unpack that and then you are dealing with manipulating regular text
> files--probably HTML.
What I was trying was to build a fake OpenOffice server, so that we
could interact with a fake OpenOffice during our unit test. As
OpenOffice is quite slow, this could improve the performance of our
However, your suggestion is interesting.
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