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Why not make a browser extension for Chrome & Firefox?

So that any device running a browser can read directly ODF Files.


Jaime R. Garza

On Thu, Jan 6, 2011 at 06:24, Nguyen Vu Hung <> wrote:

2011/1/6 Fabián Rodríguez <>:
I am told the OpenOffice Document Reader version in F-Droid is built
from source and more recent:

It seems that at.tomtasche.reader is a frontend of jOpenDocument (GPL'ed)

#, written in Java of course.

jOpenDocument is a free library for developers looking to use Open
Document files without

that says, jOpenDocument is not OOo nor LibO.

# This may sound stupid...
I am not sure if we can make, for example, a ODF file viewer using
pure UNO on Android?

Best Regards,
Nguyen Hung Vu [aka: NVH] ( in Vietnamese: Nguyễn Vũ Hưng )
vuhung16plus{remove}<>, YIM: vuhung16 , 
Skype: vuhung16plus

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