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Il 14/09/2011 17:18, Caolán McNamara ha scritto:
On Wed, 2011-09-14 at 16:23 +0200, Carlo Strata wrote:
If there is a code that we can point to (and that we'll have to get to
improve quality and interoperability) this is surely that of all Lotus
native read/write filters!!! Of course! :-) ;-)
The irony is that AOOo doesn't actually have a LotusWordPro import
filter while LibreOffice does.

Symphony might have one, but the source for that isn't available. There
was an announcement a number of months ago that it would be, but no
indication of a timeline as far as I understand.


We will be waiting for some news...

Of course, I meant that code from IBM Symphony (that came from the old Lotus SmartSuite that comes, in turn, from Lotus 123, Ami Pro and other applications if I don't remember wrongly) ;-)


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