Using/compiling pyuno with Python 3.6
jf_byrnes at comcast.net
Tue Mar 28 12:28:26 EDT 2017
On 03/27/2017 11:41 PM, Deborah Swanson wrote:
> 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.
> 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.
Exactly. I'm sorry I misunderstood the question. I also thought the goal
was to have a working installation of Python 3.6.1 and Pyuno.
>> 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
>>> I'm not sure how to work with pyuno outside of the
>> LO-shipped python.
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