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Re: [tdf-discuss] How difficult is it to port Libreoffice to theAndroid Tablets? Is there any plan yet?


Hello Alexandro,

The difference is that if you separate all that, then anyone has the freedom
of making their own UI (e.g. QT, GTK, Multitouch, etc.)

If it's not separated, then everything has to be constantly ported or shared
for new versions.

Cheers!

Jaime

On Fri, Mar 4, 2011 at 12:16, Alexandro Colorado <jza@openoffice.org> wrote:

On Thu, Mar 3, 2011 at 7:52 PM, Chaosun <sunchao@redoffice.com> wrote:


If you going to get rid of all that, what is the difference of just making
an Android native office suite and borrow the code whenever seen fit. Don't
you think?

Well, I had a quite long chat with tml_ regarding the porting to Android
issue. The truth is that we are planning to have a try. However the
workload
is tremendous due to the loss of UI. Also to fit the platform, we need a
complete redesign on UE.

The possible works would be:

1. Get rid of all the UI related modules such as vcl, sfx2, framework and
corresponding services etc.
2. A engine like LibreOffice, no UI, only provides APIs for further
development.
3. Create a UI for multitouch devices
Just name a few. no one is a easy work. Also, I'd like to hear from you.
Please do advice!



Regards
Chao
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