[tdf-discuss] Re: Modulkarization of the office-components
Le 2013-02-25 04:19, theUser BL a écrit :
What do you think, make it sense to modularize LibreOffice like RagTime Office?
In RagTime Office, the three programs like Writer, Calc and Draw are one program.
There you have a "paper" and you can then integrated there a Writer-, Calc- or Draw-object.
It is like integrating a chart or an object (formula, OLE-object, ...) in Calc.
So, you have there on _one_ paper, Writer-, Calc- and Draw-objects together.
And like every object, you can rotate them and so on.
What do you think, would it make sense for LO to have something like that?
MS-Office don't have this feature. But possible it is for user for example easier to
integrate in the Writer-document a Calc-object, then integrating a Table in the Weriter-document.
Thanks for the suggestion. This is a recurring topic that keeps coming
back every 2-3 months. As it is now, the code for LibreOffice does not
permit an easy way to split the modules off on their own.
You will be able to find long discussions on this if you just google the
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