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Re: [tdf-discuss] macro compatibility between LO and AOO?


Op 04/03/2013 07:53, M. Fioretti schreef:
(sorry if this comes in twice, my email server had problems earlier
today)Reply-To: "M. Fioretti" <mfioretti@nexaima.net>

Greetings,

the subject says it all. I have already searched online, and am
looking at the manual but apparently (maybe I used the wrong terms) it
is not easy to find CURRENT information on macro compatibility between
LO 4 and AOO 3.4.1: will all macros created in one tool also work in
the other?
99% percent , changes comes and will come from incompatiliteis in de API.

for now this is OK, small changes from version to version, but nothing who not can been repaired or handled with the code( basic) itself

If not, why and when? What are the reasons/cases when a macro is not
portable?

are there any guidelines/best practices to write portable macros?

Thanks in advance for any pointer!

Marco
http://mfioretti.com



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