It seems that at.tomtasche.reader is a frontend of jOpenDocument (GPL'ed)
# http://www.jopendocument.org/, written in Java of course.
jOpenDocument is a free library for developers looking to use Open
Document files without OpenOffice.org.
that says, jOpenDocument is not OOo nor LibO.
My name is Tom.
I'm the developer of OpenOffice Document Reader for Android.
It's correct that my app is a frontend of JOpenDocument
, but not the one you mean. ;)
This one is the one I'm using:
It's written by a colleague.
It translates OpenDocuments to HTML
, so we can display this very easily on any device.
You could use our backend for things like a Chrome Extension too.
Feel free to contribute!
However, I think it would be better to create a whole website...
BTW, the version available at Android Market is more recent than F-Droid.
Have a nice day
PS: Your 80 characters per line restriction drives me crazy!
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