My overall goal is clear. I wish to make a new resource file that I add some
so I would like to know that how to make resource files.
Your goal is not clear and the question itself makes no sense as we don't use resource files as source format. So please explain the problem that you are trying to solve so we can suggest the correct approach.
I would like to know code that make openoffice-calc-formula resource files.
This resource file that is hexadecimal binary file. The file that 'forko.res, foren.res' is used to formula module. and the resource files is used in 'aoo-trunk/main/formula/source/core/resource/core_resource.cxx, ResourceManager::ensureImplExists()'.
Before the build openoffice, we set language. and then this resource file is generated. so I guess exist the generate code.
jaeseok píše v Út 03. 01. 2017 v 03:04 -0700:
> oh I'm sorry. It is my mistake.
> the resource file path is that
> I think that this file(forko.res) is used in libreoffice-calc too.
That file is generated from
as you can see from
But as the others pointed out - it would be great to know your overall
"I want to add feature 'X' to LibreOffice, and for that I need to
do 'Y', 'Z' and 'A'. How do I do 'Y'?"
Instead of just
"How do I do 'Y'?"
because we have seen many times that people have asked how to do Y; and
later how to do Z, and then how to do A - and when they combined it
together, it actually did not lead to having X implemented :-) - just
because to do X, it was necessary to do K, L and M, instead of Y, Z and
A in the first place...
I knew the fact that installed the program not Libreoffice but Openoffice.
Well if you work on openoffice, it would be natural to ask the questions on their list, as written earlier, the build systems are very different and it is very difficult to look at the LibreOffice build system and learn how things are done in the openoffice build system.
You will also see that the translation process is quite different. The LibreOffice community have spent lots of hours to streamline both the build system and the translation process to make contributing more efficient, something we are very proud of.