Using/compiling pyuno with Python 3.6

Deborah Swanson python at deborahswanson.net
Tue Mar 28 00:41:28 EDT 2017


filtered wrote, on March 27, 2017 9:09 PM
> 
> Sorry but all your answers are pointless.
> 
> I clearly asked about compiling PyUno MYSELF with a 
> self-compiled Python 3.6.1 installation. Is this so hard to 
> understand? Why do you give unrelated comments to a clear 
> questions? Sometimes it is better to be quiet.
> 
> -aj

If you really only wanted to know how to compile PyUno with a
self-compiled Python 3.6.1 installation, it muddied the waters
considerably that you first went on at length about your difficulties
importing PyUno. It appeared that your main objective was to have an
importable installation of PyUno, and it would have been better to omit
the error details if all you wanted to know is how to compile it. Maybe
not as clear a question as you imagine.


> 2017-03-28 5:49 GMT+02:00 Michael Torrie <torriem at gmail.com>:
> 
> > On 03/27/2017 09:13 PM, Jim wrote:
> > > I don't know if this is of any help but I am running Mint 18 with 
> > > Python 3.5 and I have a package installed called 
> python3-uno which 
> > > is described as "Python-UNO bridge". Maybe CentOS has a similarly 
> > > name package.
> >
> > You're right. In fact it looks like LibreOffice 5.3 at least ships 
> > with Python 3.5 as part of the package, and comes with 
> pyuno as part 
> > of that. Try running the python binary from the LibreOffice install 
> > directory (on my machine that is 
> /opt/libreoffice5.3/program/python).  
> > I'm not sure how to work with pyuno outside of the 
> LO-shipped python.
> >
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