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Re: [tdf-discuss] Who does the maintenance Phyton Mailmerge script


On Mon, Jun 27, 2011 at 1:45 PM, Fernand Vanrie <sos@pmgroup.be> wrote:
I found that we can send Emails using Basic and the API  using the Phyton
Mailmerge stuff.
There is a small problem to send Emails with non us-ascii characters. I
solved the problem in the Python script, just wondering how do i pass this
correction to the original script who is delivered by the native installion
files
I supose filling a issue ?


Is this the file you were working on?
http://cgit.freedesktop.org/libreoffice/libs-core/tree/scripting/source/pyprov/mailmerge.py

If so, then the way to go for this is:

1. create a patch (diff file) which highlights the changes you did to
the Python code.
If you can put your final version of mailmerge.py online, I can help
you create the appropriate patch.

2. file a bug report at
https://bugs.freedesktop.org/enter_bug.cgi?product=LibreOffice
Select the the component 'LibreOffice'.

3. tell us here the URL of this bug report so that we can have a look.
There are several encoding issues with the Python scripts, so it would
be nice to find a way to fix them all in one go.

Simos

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