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Hi Dietmar,

I suggest you to also subscribe the "The Document Foundation" (TDF) discuss list that I also add here to your answer.

Go-OO has in fact joint TDF and LibreOffice team, as stated here

You could find new mailing lists here

and here the new local ones

Have a nice Sunday,


Il 06/02/2011 11:22, Dietmar ha scritto:
First my apologize to address this topic to this list, because it is
probably a bit off-topic, nevertheless, I'd appreciate if a developer
could quickly feedback.

I wrote an extension for OOo in Java which works fine in native OOo.
Recently I switched to Debian Squeeze and am using the packaged OOo
3.2.1 which afaik is based on Go-oo.
Here, this extension throws an exception
at Method)
at $Proxy6.setPropertyValue(Unknown Source)
at name.dhiller.jBorderLiner.Borders.SetBordersSingleCell(
at name.dhiller.jBorderLiner.Borders.SetBordersCellRange(
at name.dhiller.jBorderLiner.Borders.SetBordersCell(
at name.dhiller.jBorderLiner.Borders.DoBorders(
at name.dhiller.jBorderLiner.BLKeyHandlerImpl.keyPressed(

Now my question:
Are you aware a some features of the api that were disabled in Go-OO, which might cause this effect?
Or some more stringent compiler options (i.e. a mistake in my programming that is tolerated in 
native OOo but not in Go-oo?)

The same occurs on Ubuntu 10.10 with Libreoffice 3.3.
I also checked with Sun-Java 6 in Debian, same result as with OpenJDK 6.

Thanks for your support


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