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Note that you have to have the keys already imported to your key chain. The keys can be found on the download page:
 
Note that you have to have the keys already imported to your key chain. The keys can be found on the download page:
  
http://www.apache.org/dist/openoffice/KEYS
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https://www.apache.org/dist/openoffice/KEYS
  
 
* Unpack source:
 
* Unpack source:
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   ./configure \
 
   ./configure \
       --with-dmake-url=http://sourceforge.net/projects/oooextras.mirror/files/dmake-4.12.tar.bz2 \
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       --with-dmake-url=https://sourceforge.net/projects/oooextras.mirror/files/dmake-4.12.tar.bz2 \
 
       --with-epm-url=https://sourceforge.net/projects/oooextras.mirror/files/epm-3.7.tar.gz \
 
       --with-epm-url=https://sourceforge.net/projects/oooextras.mirror/files/epm-3.7.tar.gz \
 
       --disable-odk \
 
       --disable-odk \
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<code>$ ./configure \ <br/>
 
<code>$ ./configure \ <br/>
--with-dmake-url=http://sourceforge.net/projects/oooextras.mirror/files/dmake-4.12.tar.bz2 \ <br/>
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--with-dmake-url=https://sourceforge.net/projects/oooextras.mirror/files/dmake-4.12.tar.bz2 \ <br/>
--with-epm-url=https://www.msweet.org/files/project2/epm-3.7-source.tar.gz \ <br/>
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--with-epm-url=https://sourceforge.net/projects/oooextras.mirror/files/epm-3.7.tar.gz \ <br/>
 
--disable-odk \ <br/>
 
--disable-odk \ <br/>
 
--disable-gconf \ <br/>
 
--disable-gconf \ <br/>
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= Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 =
 
= Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 =
  
'''Complete requirements found at [http://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Documentation/Building_Guide_AOO#General_Build_Requirements General Build Requirements] and [http://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Documentation/Building_Guide_AOO/Building_on_Windows Building on Windows].'''
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'''Complete requirements found at [https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Documentation/Building_Guide_AOO#General_Build_Requirements General Build Requirements] and [https://wiki.openoffice.org/wiki/Documentation/Building_Guide_AOO/Building_on_Windows Building on Windows].'''
  
 
This is a '''sample''' step-by-step guide - check the complete requirements and report on dev@openoffice.apache.org, if problems with this step-by-step guide occurs.
 
This is a '''sample''' step-by-step guide - check the complete requirements and report on dev@openoffice.apache.org, if problems with this step-by-step guide occurs.
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* Call configure
 
* Call configure
** For those paths that do have spaces, use the cygpath tool to get a shortened version without any spaces, which you can then use in the configuration directives without any trouble (adapt paths as necessary):<pre>$ cygpath -m -s "C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jdk1.8.0_73" &#10;C:/PROGRA~2/Java/JDK18~1.0_7 &#10;$ cygpath -m -s "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\VC" &#10;C:/PROGRA~2/MI1DCA~1.0/VC</pre>Run configure (again adapt paths as necessary)<pre>SDK_PATH="/cygdrive/c/Microsoft_SDKs/Windows/v7.0"&#10;./configure \&#10;    --with-frame-home="$SDK_PATH" \&#10;    --with-psdk-home="$SDK_PATH" \&#10;    --with-midl-path="$SDK_PATH/bin" \&#10;    --with-ant-home="/cygdrive/c/apache-ant-1.8.4" \&#10;    --with-jdk-home="C:/PROGRA~2/Java/JDK18~1.0_7" \&#10;    --with-csc-path="C:/Windows/Microsoft.NET/Framework/v3.5" \&#10;    --with-cl-home="C:/PROGRA~2/MI1DCA~1.0/VC" \&#10;    --with-asm-home="C:/PROGRA~2/MI1DCA~1.0/VC/bin" \&#10;    --with-dmake-url="http://sourceforge.net/projects/oooextras.mirror/files/dmake-4.12.tar.bz2" \&#10;    --with-epm-url="https://sourceforge.net/projects/oooextras.mirror/files/epm-3.7.tar.gz" \&#10;    --disable-pch \&#10;    --disable-atl \&#10;    --disable-activex \&#10;    --disable-nss-module \&#10;    --without-junit</pre>If you have installed the optional DirectX SDK then you can add the switch:<pre>    --with-directx-home="C:/Microsoft_DirectX_SDK_June_2010"</pre>If you have installed Windows Driver Kit 7.1.0 and would like to build with ATL and ActiveX functionality then remove the <code>--disable-activex</code> and the <code>--disable-atl</code> directives, and add the atl home directives: <pre>    --with-atl-include-dir=/cygdrive/c/WinDDK/7600.16385.1/inc/atl71 \&#10;    --with-atl-lib-dir=/cygdrive/c/WinDDK/7600.16385.1/lib/ATL/i386 \&#10;    --with-mfc-include-dir=/cygdrive/c/WinDDK/7600.16385.1/inc/mfc42 \&#10;    --with-mfc-lib-dir=/cygdrive/c/WinDDK/7600.16385.1/lib/Mfc/i386</pre>If you have installed NSIS you can use the relative directive <pre>    --with-nsis-path="C:/NSIS"</pre>If you have installed Mozilla Build Tools you can use the relative switch:<pre>    --with-mozilla-build="/cygdrive/d/mozilla-build"</pre>You may also enable a few more switches such as<pre>    --enable-win-x64-shellext \&#10;    --enable-wiki-publisher \&#10;    --enable-category-b \&#10;    --enable-bundled-dictionaries</pre>and if you would like to build for different locales you can use the lang switch (in this example, for English United States and for Italian):<pre>    --with-lang="en-US it"</pre>If you have copied over the dbghelp.dll and would like these extra features you can enable the debug switch:<pre>    --enable-dbgutil</pre>
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** For those paths that do have spaces, use the cygpath tool to get a shortened version without any spaces, which you can then use in the configuration directives without any trouble (adapt paths as necessary):<pre>$ cygpath -m -s "C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jdk1.8.0_73" &#10;C:/PROGRA~2/Java/JDK18~1.0_7 &#10;$ cygpath -m -s "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\VC" &#10;C:/PROGRA~2/MI1DCA~1.0/VC</pre>Run configure (again adapt paths as necessary)<pre>SDK_PATH="/cygdrive/c/Microsoft_SDKs/Windows/v7.0"&#10;./configure \&#10;    --with-frame-home="$SDK_PATH" \&#10;    --with-psdk-home="$SDK_PATH" \&#10;    --with-midl-path="$SDK_PATH/bin" \&#10;    --with-ant-home="/cygdrive/c/apache-ant-1.8.4" \&#10;    --with-jdk-home="C:/PROGRA~2/Java/JDK18~1.0_7" \&#10;    --with-csc-path="C:/Windows/Microsoft.NET/Framework/v3.5" \&#10;    --with-cl-home="C:/PROGRA~2/MI1DCA~1.0/VC" \&#10;    --with-asm-home="C:/PROGRA~2/MI1DCA~1.0/VC/bin" \&#10;    --with-dmake-url="https://sourceforge.net/projects/oooextras.mirror/files/dmake-4.12.tar.bz2" \&#10;    --with-epm-url="https://sourceforge.net/projects/oooextras.mirror/files/epm-3.7.tar.gz" \&#10;    --disable-pch \&#10;    --disable-atl \&#10;    --disable-activex \&#10;    --disable-nss-module \&#10;    --without-junit</pre>If you have installed the optional DirectX SDK then you can add the switch:<pre>    --with-directx-home="C:/Microsoft_DirectX_SDK_June_2010"</pre>If you have installed Windows Driver Kit 7.1.0 and would like to build with ATL and ActiveX functionality then remove the <code>--disable-activex</code> and the <code>--disable-atl</code> directives, and add the atl home directives: <pre>    --with-atl-include-dir=/cygdrive/c/WinDDK/7600.16385.1/inc/atl71 \&#10;    --with-atl-lib-dir=/cygdrive/c/WinDDK/7600.16385.1/lib/ATL/i386 \&#10;    --with-mfc-include-dir=/cygdrive/c/WinDDK/7600.16385.1/inc/mfc42 \&#10;    --with-mfc-lib-dir=/cygdrive/c/WinDDK/7600.16385.1/lib/Mfc/i386</pre>If you have installed NSIS you can use the relative directive <pre>    --with-nsis-path="C:/NSIS"</pre>If you have installed Mozilla Build Tools you can use the relative switch:<pre>    --with-mozilla-build="/cygdrive/d/mozilla-build"</pre>You may also enable a few more switches such as<pre>    --enable-win-x64-shellext \&#10;    --enable-wiki-publisher \&#10;    --enable-category-b \&#10;    --enable-bundled-dictionaries</pre>and if you would like to build for different locales you can use the lang switch (in this example, for English United States and for Italian):<pre>    --with-lang="en-US it"</pre>If you have copied over the dbghelp.dll and would like these extra features you can enable the debug switch:<pre>    --enable-dbgutil</pre>
 
*Finish configuration and download missing external source tarballs and extensions<pre>./bootstrap</pre>
 
*Finish configuration and download missing external source tarballs and extensions<pre>./bootstrap</pre>
 
* Include the configured environment<pre>source winenv.set.sh</pre>
 
* Include the configured environment<pre>source winenv.set.sh</pre>

Revision as of 22:31, 25 March 2017


This page is intended as a collection of simple step-by-step recipes to build Apache OpenOffice from source code. A more thorough explanation of what the individual steps do and why they are necessary can be found in the building guide.

Ubuntu 14.04

The basic building steps under Ubuntu 12.04 (see below) are to be followed in Ubuntu 14.04 as well; however, there are some minor build issues that any developer, using this OS, needs to be aware of, if he gets stuck while building. The following is the list of issues, with their fixes, that a developer may face with:

If you are building trunk, the patch is already applied; if you are building from a release tag or tarball, the patch needs to be applied for all releases <= 4.1.1.

As the BZ says, it is because of buggy toolchain g++4.9. So for now in Ubuntu Linux 14.04, build the source using g++4.8.2, gcc4.8.2; these are the default compilers in Ubuntu Linux 14.04 anyway; please check it using the following commands:

 g++ -v
 gcc -v

if not, you've to download them.

 sudo apt-get install g++-4.8
 cd /usr/bin
 rm gcc
 rm g++
 ln -s gcc-4.8 gcc
 ln -s g++-4.8 g++
  • Failed to find ./solver/420/unxlngx6.pro/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libstdc++.so.6.0.20 error.
 cp /usr/lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libstdc++.so.6.0.20 ./solver/420/unxlngx6.pro/lib/
 rm ./solver/420/unxlngx6.pro/lib/libstdc++.so.6
 ln -s ./solver/420/unxlngx6.pro/lib/libstdc++.so.6.0.20 ./solver/420/unxlngx6.pro/lib/libstdc++.so.6
  • No such file or directory - connectivity/virtualdbtools.hxx while building svx.

if you get an error like this, then that means connectivity is not built properly. Build connectivity using build --all:connectivity and this error will go away.

Ubuntu 12.04

  • Setup VirtualBox with Ubuntu 12.04 64 bit on Windows7 64bit host. A native installation is of course fine, too.
  • Let updater update ca. 380 packages. Restart.
  • Get the source. You can start with the source release or by checking out from SVN:
Source release SVN
Build from source release if you want to build OpenOffice once but don't want to do any development. Build from SVN if you want to development work with OpenOffice.
  • Download AOO 4.1.3 source tarball from

https://www.apache.org/dyn/closer.lua/openoffice/4.1.3/source/apache-openoffice-4.1.3-r1761381-src.tar.bz2

  • Optional: Download signature from

https://archive.apache.org/dist/openoffice/4.1.3/source/apache-openoffice-4.1.3-r1761381-src.tar.bz2.asc

and verify the source tarball with

gpg --verify apache-openoffice-4.1.3-r1761381-src.tar.bz2.asc \
             apache-openoffice-4.1.3-r1761381-src.tar.bz2

Note that you have to have the keys already imported to your key chain. The keys can be found on the download page:

https://www.apache.org/dist/openoffice/KEYS

  • Unpack source:
 cd /tmp
 tar -xjf ~/Downloads/apache-openoffice-4.1.3-r1761381-src.tar.bz2
 cd aoo-4.1.3/main
  • Start with creating a parent directory for the source code. Don't use /tmp because that is deleted on every boot:
 sudo mkdir /source
 sudo chown <your-user-name> /source
 cd /source
  • Install subversion and checkout the source:
 sudo apt-get install subversion
 svn co https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/openoffice/trunk aoo-trunk
 cd aoo-trunk/main
  • Install requirements (this will also install packages that are not listed):
 sudo apt-get install g++ gcc bison flex libarchive-zip-perl libcups2-dev \
      libpam0g-dev gperf libfreetype6-dev libxaw7-dev libfontconfig1-dev \
      libxrandr-dev patch libgconf2-dev libgnomevfs2-dev ant libgtk2.0-dev \
      junit junit4 libidl-dev liborbit2-dev openjdk-6-jdk libwww-perl \
      libxml-parser-perl autoconf libssl-dev
  • Run autoconf to generate configure script:
 autoconf
  • Configure (see the building guide section on configuration for further options):
 ./configure \
     --with-dmake-url=https://sourceforge.net/projects/oooextras.mirror/files/dmake-4.12.tar.bz2 \
     --with-epm-url=https://sourceforge.net/projects/oooextras.mirror/files/epm-3.7.tar.gz \
     --disable-odk \
     --disable-binfilter
  • Finish configuration and download missing tarballs and extensions:
 ./bootstrap
  • Include the configured environment:
 source LinuxX86-64Env.Set.sh
  • Build:
 cd instsetoo_native/
 build --all

This may take a while to complete. Several hours are not uncommon. To speed things up you may want to run 'build' like this

 build --all -P<n> -- -P<n>

to start a parallel build. Replace <n> with the number of CPU cores.

  • Install:
 sudo dpkg -i unxlngx6.pro/Apache_OpenOffice/deb/install/en-US/DEBS/*.deb
 sudo dpkg -i unxlngx6.pro/Apache_OpenOffice/deb/install/en-US/DEBS/desktop-integration/openoffice4.2-debian-menus_4.2-9800_all.deb
  • Start Apache OpenOffice:
 /opt/openoffice4/program/soffice

CentOS 5

CentOS 5 is our reference environment for build through the 4.1.x series. As it is a very old environment, it is not recommended to use it for your first build. But is important to document how to build on CentOS 5 since this is where the release through 4.1.x are built.

Setup a VM

KVM given here as example.

 $ wget -O /tmp/CentOS-5.iso http://mi.mirror.garr.it/mirrors/CentOS/5.11/isos/x86_64/CentOS-5.11-x86_64-netinstall.iso
 $ fallocate -l 61440M /vms/centos5_64.img
 $ sudo virt-install --boot cdrom --name centos5_64 --memory 8192 -f /vms/centos5_64.img --cdrom /tmp/CentOS-5.iso
  • Install the system; installation will start with the above command and use the following values when asked:
    • Installation method: HTTP with website mirror.centos.org and CentOS directory /centos/5/os/x86_64
    • Partitioning: 60000M for /, rest swap (you will need ~55 GBytes for a full build with all languages and langpacks)
    • Setup Base system only
  • Reboot the VM and configure it
    • You'll probably want a non-root user with sudo access and you may want to disable some services.
    • $ sudo yum update -y
    • $ sudo reboot

Setup repositories and packages

EPEL is needed for dpkg (to build DEBs):

 $ wget http://download.fedoraproject.org/pub/epel/5/i386/epel-release-5-4.noarch.rpm
 $ sudo rpm -ivh epel-release-5-4.noarch.rpm
 $ sudo yum update -y

Now you can install all dependencies:

 $ sudo yum install \
       gcc \
       expat-devel \
       openssl-devel \
       autoconf \
       gcc-c++ \
       cups-devel \
       pam-devel \
       java-1.6.0-openjdk-devel \
       rpm-build \
       dpkg \
       gperf \
       freetype-devel \
       libX11-devel \
       libXt-devel \
       fontconfig-devel \
       libXrandr-devel \
       bison \
       flex \
       GConf2-devel \
       gnome-vfs2-devel \
       gtk2-devel \
       gstreamer-devel \
       gstreamer-plugins-base-devel \
       mesa-libGLU-devel \
       subversion \
       ccache

Configure ccache:

 $ ccache -M 2G

This leaves out Ant and Perl.

Download Ant

Ant 1.7.1 is now available in the CentOS repositories:

 $ sudo yum install ant17 ant17-apache-regexp

However, this will still cause configure to fail, so a manual download is needed. Ant will live in ~/ant and we need to download it manually.

$ cd
$ wget http://mirrors.nxnethosting.com/apache//ant/binaries/apache-ant-1.9.7-bin.tar.bz2
$ tar xvf apache-ant-1.9.7-bin.tar.bz2
$ ln -s apache-ant-1.9.7 ant

Install Perl modules

We can use the system Perl and standard packages on CentOS 5, see https://bz.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=127120

 $ sudo yum install \
       perl-libwww-perl \
       perl-Archive-Zip \
       perl-Digest-SHA \
       perl-XML-Parser \
       perl-Crypt-SSLeay \

Configure

See http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/openoffice/devtools/build-scripts/ for the configure options for a release build.

Fedora 21

Autoconf

Work directory

/share/linux2/aoo/trunk/main/

You need to create the "configure" command in order to start:

$ autoconf

Configure the build options

You need to configure the build options to tell the build command what to use or to ignore:

$ ./configure \
--with-dmake-url=https://sourceforge.net/projects/oooextras.mirror/files/dmake-4.12.tar.bz2 \
--with-epm-url=https://sourceforge.net/projects/oooextras.mirror/files/epm-3.7.tar.gz \
--disable-odk \
--disable-gconf \
--disable-gnome-vfs \
--with-package-format="installed"

Bootstrap the build

You need to prepare the build environment. This will download missing source code tar balls of external libraries, download missing external dictionary extensions and pre-build needed tools:

$ ./bootstrap

Source the environment

You need to setup environment variableas and other things in the terminal window where the build should run.

$ source LinuxX86-64Env.Set.sh

Important
It depends on the respective terminal window/tab. The build will not or unpredictable run in a different one.

Start building

Work directory /share/linux2/aoo/trunk/main/instsetoo_native

The following command will use all available CPU cores to build most as possible in parallel:

$ build --all -P8 -- -P8

The following command build and redirect all output to stdout and stderr into a single log file. Perfect for forwarding to someone else in case of build problems:

$ build <options> > build_error_log_yyyy.mm.dd_hh.mm.txt 2>&1

The following can be used when you want to know how many hours the build took to complete:

$ time build <options>

The following is to clear things up when a project didn't build successfully before starting again:

$ build --prepare --from <prj_name>

When the same error occurs exactly again, then maybe the "--prepare" option doesn't work for projects that were changed to gbuild. Then the respective solver directory needs to be deleted manually. Either from the following directory or in another sub-dir. Example:

$ rm -rf main/solver/420/*.pro/workdir/CxxObject/<prj_name>

Cleanup the build tree

Work directory /share/linux2/aoo/trunk/main/

The following command needs to be executed to cleanup all build artefacts to be able to start again a clean build:

$ dmake clean

Important
This will delete the "dmake" command itself. Therefore it's needed to run configure, bootstrap and source again (see above).

Build breaker

1. Module "svx"
2. Module "dbaccess"

The file main/svx/source/fmcomp/fmgridif.cxx and main/dbaccess/source/ui/uno/ColumnControl.cxx should be compiled with enabled compiler optimization. However, this doesn't work on the Intel x86-64 platform due to this GCC 4.9.3 bug (should be fixed with 5.0): https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=58678 https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=65009

The workaround is to disable the optimization for both files in the respective makefiles main/svx/Library_svxcore.mk and main/dbaccess/source/ui/uno/makefile.mk. The following short patch should work:

1. Makefile "main/svx/Library_svxcore.mk"

<patch start>

--- Library_svxcore.mk.orig 2016-09-04 15:32:07.305410023 +0200
+++ Library_svxcore.mk.new 2016-09-05 20:16:33.411649496 +0200
@@ -121,7 +121,6 @@
svx/source/engine3d/viewpt3d2 \
svx/source/fmcomp/dbaexchange \
svx/source/fmcomp/fmgridcl \
- svx/source/fmcomp/fmgridif \
svx/source/fmcomp/gridcell \
svx/source/fmcomp/gridcols \
svx/source/fmcomp/gridctrl \
@@ -452,6 +451,23 @@
))
endif

+# the following source file can't be compiled with "-Os" by gcc 4.9 as it
+# because of a bug in devirtualization optimization (#i125475#):
+# <https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=58678>
+# <https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=65009>
+# Compiling with "-O2" or
+# "-Os -fno-devirtualize -fno-devirtualize-speculatively" is sufficient to fix.
+ifeq ($(COM),GCC)
+$(eval $(call gb_Library_add_cxxobjects,svxcore,\
+ svx/source/fmcomp/fmgridif \
+ , $(gb_COMPILERNOOPTFLAGS) $(gb_LinkTarget_EXCEPTIONFLAGS) \
+))
+else
+$(eval $(call gb_Library_add_exception_objects,svxcore,\
+ svx/source/fmcomp/fmgridif \
+))
+endif
+
$(eval $(call gb_SdiTarget_SdiTarget,svx/sdi/svxslots,svx/sdi/svx))

$(eval $(call gb_SdiTarget_set_include,svx/sdi/svxslots,\

</patch end>

2. Makefile "main/dbaccess/Library_dbui.mk"


<patch start>

--- Library_dbui.mk.orig 2016-09-04 15:28:55.200594932 +0200
+++ Library_dbui.mk.new 2016-09-06 00:34:05.241638508 +0200
@@ -260,7 +260,6 @@
dbaccess/source/ui/tabledesign/TableRowExchange \
dbaccess/source/ui/tabledesign/TableUndo \
dbaccess/source/ui/uno/AdvancedSettingsDlg \
- dbaccess/source/ui/uno/ColumnControl \
dbaccess/source/ui/uno/ColumnModel \
dbaccess/source/ui/uno/ColumnPeer \
dbaccess/source/ui/uno/DBTypeWizDlg \
@@ -313,4 +312,21 @@
))
endif

+# the following source file can't be compiled with "-Os" by gcc 4.9 as it
+# because of a bug in devirtualization optimization (#i125475#):
+# <https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=58678>
+# <https://gcc.gnu.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=65009>
+# Compiling with "-O2" or
+# "-Os -fno-devirtualize -fno-devirtualize-speculatively" is sufficient to fix.
+ifeq ($(COM),GCC)
+$(eval $(call gb_Library_add_cxxobjects,dbui,\
+ dbaccess/source/ui/uno/ColumnControl \
+ , $(gb_COMPILERNOOPTFLAGS) $(gb_LinkTarget_EXCEPTIONFLAGS) \
+))
+else
+$(eval $(call gb_Library_add_exception_objects,dbui,\
+ dbaccess/source/ui/uno/ColumnControl \
+))
+endif
+
# vim: set noet sw=4 ts=4:

</patch end>

Needed packages

The following packages (incl. their dependencies) that need to be available or installed additionally:

  • ant
  • autoconf
  • bison
  • cups-devel
  • flex
  • gcc
  • gcc++
  • gperf
  • gtk2
  • gtk2-devel
  • hamcreast
  • java-1.8.0-openjdk
  • java-1.8.0-openjdk-devel
  • junit
  • libtiff
  • libXt-devel
  • make
  • ORBit
  • pam-devel
  • patch
  • perl-CPAN
  • perl-Env
  • rpm
  • rpm-build

Important
Java 1.8 JDK has to be installed due to dependencies for ant, hamcreast and junit.

Building a release version

Additional things that need to done when building a release version out of a SVN branch (e.g., AOO 4.1.3 from "AOO413").

Packages

The following packages (incl. their dependencies) that need to be available or installed additionally:

  • dpkg
  • dbus-glib-devel
  • GConf2-devel
  • gnome-vfs2
  • gnome-vfs2-devel
  • gstreamer-devel
  • gstreamer-plugins-base-devel
  • mesa-libGLU-devel
  • ORBit2
  • ORBit2-devel
  • perl-Archive-Zip
  • perl-Crypt-SSLeay
  • perl-Digest-MD5
  • perl-Digest-SHA
  • perl-libwww-perl
  • perl-LWP-Protocol-https
  • perl-XML-Parser

Configure

The configure options for a release build can be found here:

http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/openoffice/devtools/build-scripts/4.1.3/unxlngix6/build_aoo64bit_on_centos5.sh

Performance results

  • Intel Core i7-4710HQ 2.5 GHz (8 cores)
  • 16 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD
  • Fedora 21 x86-64 (Kernel 4.1.13-100.fc21.x86_64, glibc 2.20-8)

Trunk

  • Build command:
 $ build --all -P8 -- -P8
  • Time for a full build: 01h 05m 41s (as of 2016-10-09

AOO413 branch

  • Build command (with P8 and only "de en-US fr ja pt" as languages):
 $ build_aoo64bit_on_centos5.sh
  • Time for a full build: 00h 50m 32s (as of 2016-10-09)

Fedora 19 and 20

Build Instructions

The build procedure is the same as for other Linux systems.

Required packages:

$ yum install tcsh perl-Archive-Zip gcc gcc-c++ cups-devel \
              pam-devel java-1.7.0-openjdk-devel gperf freetype-devel \
              gtk2-devel libIDL-devel libXaw-devel bison patch GConf2-devel \
              gnome-vfs2-devel ant make tar rpm-build flex junit4 \
              perl-LWP-UserAgent-Determined perl-XML-Parser \
              perl-Digest-SHA ORBit2-devel perl-LWP-Protocol-https

Build notes:

  • The perl-Digest-SHA dependency is not caught until bootstrap
  • The ORBit2-devel dependency is not caught until building the "shell" module
  • Build breaks in "hsqldb": to build with Java7, you need to apply the patch at https://issues.apache.org/ooo/attachment.cgi?id=80961&action=diff
  • Build breaks in "moz": configure with --disable-mozilla to work around it.

Fedora 10 and 14

Build Instructions

The build procedure is the same as for other Linux systems.

Required packages:

$ yum install tcsh perl-Archive-Zip gcc gcc-c++ cups-devel \
              pam-devel java-1.6.0-openjdk-devel gperf freetype-devel \
              gtk2-devel libIDL-devel libXaw-devel bison patch GConf2-devel \
              gnome-vfs2-devel ant make

Quick start guide

Still valid?

$ yum -y install mono-devel perl-Archive-Zip ant bison \

        flex pam-devel cups-devel gperf libxslt-devel openldap-devel \
        firefox-devel xorg-x11-devel gstreamer-devel \
        gstreamer-plugins-base-devel db4-devel unixODBC-devel \
        xml-commons-jaxp-1.3-apis xalan-j2 boost-devel \
        unixODBC-devel qt-devel subversion autoconf automake \
        gtk2-devel gcc-c++  gnome-vfs2-devel rpm-build \
        expat-devel python-devel curl-devel

$ ./autogen.sh -with-distro=SUSE \

        --with-jdk-home=/usr/lib/jvm/java-1.5.0-gcj \
        --with-ant-home=/usr/share/ant \
        --with-system-mozilla=firefox \
        --disable-Xaw \
        --disable-kde \
        --disable-mono \
        --enable-opengl --enable-ogltrans \
        --disable-neon \
        --enable-debug

Another list:

Blog about building ooo-build on Fedora 7:

Fedora packaging

Fedora 14

The Fedora 14 spec file can be found at http://koji.fedoraproject.org/koji/buildinfo?buildID=276232 (download the srpm, and uncompress it (rpm2cpio <file> | cpio -idv) ); you'll see the single spec file openoffice.org.spec ; note that it doesn't build cleanly, you need to apply the patch from https://issues.apache.org/ooo/show_bug.cgi?id=114999

Fedora 19

Windows 7, Windows 8.1, Windows 10

Complete requirements found at General Build Requirements and Building on Windows.

This is a sample step-by-step guide - check the complete requirements and report on dev@openoffice.apache.org, if problems with this step-by-step guide occurs.

  • Install cygwin, 32bit version
    • Browse to http://www.cygwin.com and click on the setup-x86.exe link to download the most recent 32 bit version (the most recent Cygwin DLL at the moment is 2.6.0) or use this direct link
    • Run the installer and click through the questions
    • On the "Choose A Download Site" select a nearby download server
    • Expect a "Setup Alert" dialog box on the first cygwin install on the computer: click OK to close it
    • On the page that allows you to select additional packages select:

      From the Archive category:
      zip, unzip
      From the Devel category:
      gperf, gcc-g++, bison, flex, patch, subversion, make
      From the Net category:
      rsync
      From the Perl category:
      perl, perl-XML-SAX-Expat, perl-Archive-Zip, perl-LWP-Protocol-https, perl-XML-parser, perl-libwww-perl, perl-Digest-SHA, perl-Net-SSLeay
      If you will use git, you need in addition from the Devel category the packages:
      git, git-svn
      (If you prefer to install packages with a linux kind of touch, you can skip selecting the packages and instead select just the package lynx (enter lynx in the Search box and select the lynx entry in the Web/Default section). You would then install the other packages from the cygwin command line using lynx as explained ahead. However, selecting the packages from the cygwin interface is recommended.)
    • Click Next to finish package selection.
    • Click Next to resolve dependencies.
    • After installation is finished click the Finish button to close the dialog.
  • Start cygwin bash in a terminal
In Windows 7 and later you can just type "cygwin" into the Start Menu search bar and then click on the cygwin App. Or you can:
  • Press WindowsKey-R
  • Type "C:\cygwin\Cygwin.bat" (if that's the path you installed cygwin to)
  • Hit Return.
(If you haven't installed the necessary packages from the cygwin interface yet because you would prefer to install them using lynx from the cygwin command line, then you should do so now. First install apt-cyg from the Github repository:)
cd /cygdrive/c/temp
(or any other temporary directory of your choice)
lynx -source rawgit.com/transcode-open/apt-cyg/master/apt-cyg > apt-cyg
chmod +x apt-cyg
mv apt-cyg /usr/local/bin/
Use apt-cyg to install missing cygwin packages:
apt-cyg install perl zip unzip gperf autoconf rsync gcc-g++ bison flex patch subversion make
(You must also provide to install the missing perl packages, for example with "cpan -i Archive::Zip LWP::UserAgent LWP::Protocol XML::Parser" etc. however there can be some dependency conflicts, the recommended method is installing the packages from the cygwin interface)
  • Replace symlinked awk with copy of gawk.exe:
    rm /usr/bin/awk
    mv /usr/bin/gawk.exe /usr/bin/awk.exe
    Note that if the rm command fails then the mv is not necessary.
  • Install Java, 32bit version
Choose between JDK or OpenJDK. Versions 1.7 and 1.8 are known to work.
(We need the 32 bit version because JNI requires the JVM's bitness to match the C/C++ bitness).
  • Install Ant
    • Browse to http://ant.apache.org/bindownload.cgi
    • Chose a mirror near you.
    • Download the zip archive (currently that is apache-ant-1.8.4-bin.zip).
    • Open downloaded archive in file explorer and unzip it to a location of your choice, eg c:\. Note that C:\Program Files (x86) will not work due to problems of quoting the spaces and parentheses.
  • Install Microsoft Windows SDK for Windows 7 and .NET Framework 3.5. SP1 (recommended by Microsoft. Note: later versions of the Windows SDK will not work. AOO can not be built with MSVC 2010 or 2012 - MSVC 2008 is needed and is found in the Windows 7 SDK)
  • Download MS Visual C++ 2008 SP1 Redistributable Package (x86)
    • http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=26368 ( There have been security updates, which are not included in older versions.)
    • Download files vcredist_x86.exe and vcredist_x64.exe
      If you download the most actual version of Apache OpenOffice and unpack it, you will find the files vcredist_x86.exe and vcredist_x64.exe in folder redist. You can use them as well.
  • Optional: Install DirectX SDK (for graphics hardware support in the slide show)
    • Browse to http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?displaylang=en&id=6812
    • Download and run DXSDK_Jun10.exe. Choose to install to a custom path, and use a path that has neither spaces nor parentheses (e.g. C:\Microsoft_DirectX_SDK_June_2010), because otherwise the build will not be able to parse the path and will choke on the spaces or parentheses. (If you receive an S1023 error towards the end of the installation, the fix is simple. The issue occurs because a newer version of the Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable is present on the computer. The June 2010 DirectX SDK installs version 10.0.30319 of the Visual C++ Redistributable. To resolve this issue, you must uninstall all versions of the Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable before installing the June 2010 DirectX SDK. You may have one or more of the following products installed: Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable x86, Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable x64. You can use Add or Remove Programs in Control Panel to uninstall the products. Or, you can run the following commands from an administrator command prompt:
      MsiExec.exe /passive /X{F0C3E5D1-1ADE-321E-8167-68EF0DE699A5} 
      MsiExec.exe /passive /X{1D8E6291-B0D5-35EC-8441-6616F567A0F7}
      and then run the DirectX SDK installer. After installing the June 2010 DirectX SDK, you may then reinstall the most current version of the Visual C++ 2010 Redistributable Package.)
  • Optional: Install Windows Driver Kit 7.1.0 (for enabling activex)
    • Download WDK 7.1.0 (is an ISO image). Cannot use later versions of Windows Driver Kit because they do not have ATL which is needed to build AOO with ActiveX. (I recommend to download using Internet Explorer, otherwise the install may fail a Windows Authenticity test, whereas this does not happen using Internet Explorer to download the ISO image.)
    • Mount the ISO image and install.
  • Optional: Install NSIS installer (for creating the EXE installer)
    • Browse to http://nsis.sourceforge.net/Download
    • Download and run the installer (note that versions of NSIS >= 3.* are only compatible with branch 4.1.3 or later! otherwise you will have to install at most NSIS 2.51). Recommended to install to custom location, choose a path without any spaces (e.g. "C:\NSIS").
  • Optional: Install the Mozilla Build Tools. These are needed to build the nss ("Network Security Services") module. Download from here. Install to a custom path without any spaces, such as C:\mozilla-build.
  • Get AOO source code. You can use the source release or check out from SVN. Build from source release if you want to build OpenOffice once but don't want to contribute patches. If you will contribute patches, you need to generate them against an actual version of trunk. In this case check out from SVN to be able to rebase before generating patches. You can work with subversion or with git-svn. Do not use a tool that changes line endings, such as the default configuration of TortoiseSVN.
Source release
  • Browse to http://www.openoffice.org/download/other.html#tested-sdk and locate the table row that starts with "Source code"
  • Download source code in an archive format of your choice (note that tar.bz2 is typically smaller than tar.gz and zip)
  • Optional: Verify the archive - following given link or instructions.
  • Unpack source (in cygwin-terminal). Use the file name exactly as downloaded.
    cd /tmp
    tar -xjf <download-location>/<downloaded-source-release.tar.bz2>
    cd <unpacked-source>/main
    
    Do not use Windows unpacker, they might cause access right problems.
Checkout from SVN using subversion 
  • (If you haven't installed the subversion package from the cygwin interface, please do so now by re-running the cygwin installer, or if you used lynx and apt-cyg then:)
    apt-cyg install subversion
  • Start with creating a parent directory for the source code:
    mkdir /cygdrive/c/source
    cd /cygdrive/c/source
  • Check out source from Apache SVN repository
    svn co https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/openoffice/trunk aoo-trunk
    cd aoo-trunk/main
Checkout from SVN using git-svn 
  • (If you haven't installed git and git-svn from the cygwin interface, please do so now by re-running the cygwin installer, or if you used lynx and apt-cyg then:)
    apt-cyg install git git-svn
  • Get the actual revision number from http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/OpenOffice/trunk/, e.g. 1234567
  • Create an empty directory and change to it, e.g.
    mkdir /cygdrive/c/source
    cd /cygdrive/c/source
  • Check out source from Apache SVN repository
    git svn clone --revision 1234567:HEAD https://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/openoffice/trunk
    cd trunk/main
  • Remember the source path (this is optional, it makes for an easy reference):
    SourceMain=`pwd`
    [Why? I have not used it. Regina (talk) 21:42, 24 February 2013 (UTC)]
[Added explanation above Andre]
  • Optional: Get dbghelp.dll (for using the --enable-dbgutil configure option)
    • This dll is part of MS Visual Studio. If you do not have it installed, download and install "Visual Studio Community" from https://www.visualstudio.com/en-us/downloads/download-visual-studio-vs.aspx
    • Copy file to main/external/dbghelp. Use Windows file manager or in cygwin terminal
      cp /cygdrive/c/Program\ Files\ \(x86\)/Microsoft\ Visual\ Studio\ 9.0/Common7/IDE/dbghelp.dll $SourceMain/external/dbghelp
  • Copy vcredist_x86.exe and vcredist_x64.exe (see above) to main/external/vcredist.
    • Use Windows file manager or in cygwin terminal
      cp <download-location>/vcredist_x86.exe $SourceMain/external/vcredist
      cp <download-location>/vcredist_x64.exe $SourceMain/external/vcredist
  • Get GDI+ redistributable.
    • Browse to http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=18909
    • Download WindowsXP-KB975337-x86-ENU.exe
    • Run WindowsXP-KB975337-x86-ENU.exe
    • Enter a temporary path (eg c:\temp\gdiplus) in the dialog and click OK to extract files
    • Copy gdiplus.dll to main/external
      cp /cygdrive/c/temp/gdiplus/asms/10/msft/windows/gdiplus/gdiplus.dll $SourceMain/external/gdiplus/
    • Remove the temporary path
      rm -fr /cygdrive/c/temp/gdiplus
  • Get msvcr100.dll:
    cp /cygdrive/c/Windows/System32/msvcr100.dll $SourceMain/external/msvcp100
  • Make sure that you are in the main source directory:
    cd $SourceMain
  • Run autoconf to create the configure script:
    autoconf
  • Call configure
    • For those paths that do have spaces, use the cygpath tool to get a shortened version without any spaces, which you can then use in the configuration directives without any trouble (adapt paths as necessary):
      $ cygpath -m -s "C:\Program Files (x86)\Java\jdk1.8.0_73" 
      C:/PROGRA~2/Java/JDK18~1.0_7 
      $ cygpath -m -s "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\VC" 
      C:/PROGRA~2/MI1DCA~1.0/VC
      Run configure (again adapt paths as necessary)
      SDK_PATH="/cygdrive/c/Microsoft_SDKs/Windows/v7.0"
      ./configure \
          --with-frame-home="$SDK_PATH" \
          --with-psdk-home="$SDK_PATH" \
          --with-midl-path="$SDK_PATH/bin" \
          --with-ant-home="/cygdrive/c/apache-ant-1.8.4" \
          --with-jdk-home="C:/PROGRA~2/Java/JDK18~1.0_7" \
          --with-csc-path="C:/Windows/Microsoft.NET/Framework/v3.5" \
          --with-cl-home="C:/PROGRA~2/MI1DCA~1.0/VC" \
          --with-asm-home="C:/PROGRA~2/MI1DCA~1.0/VC/bin" \
          --with-dmake-url="https://sourceforge.net/projects/oooextras.mirror/files/dmake-4.12.tar.bz2" \
          --with-epm-url="https://sourceforge.net/projects/oooextras.mirror/files/epm-3.7.tar.gz" \
          --disable-pch \
          --disable-atl \
          --disable-activex \
          --disable-nss-module \
          --without-junit
      If you have installed the optional DirectX SDK then you can add the switch:
          --with-directx-home="C:/Microsoft_DirectX_SDK_June_2010"
      If you have installed Windows Driver Kit 7.1.0 and would like to build with ATL and ActiveX functionality then remove the --disable-activex and the --disable-atl directives, and add the atl home directives:
          --with-atl-include-dir=/cygdrive/c/WinDDK/7600.16385.1/inc/atl71 \
          --with-atl-lib-dir=/cygdrive/c/WinDDK/7600.16385.1/lib/ATL/i386 \
          --with-mfc-include-dir=/cygdrive/c/WinDDK/7600.16385.1/inc/mfc42 \
          --with-mfc-lib-dir=/cygdrive/c/WinDDK/7600.16385.1/lib/Mfc/i386
      If you have installed NSIS you can use the relative directive
          --with-nsis-path="C:/NSIS"
      If you have installed Mozilla Build Tools you can use the relative switch:
          --with-mozilla-build="/cygdrive/d/mozilla-build"
      You may also enable a few more switches such as
          --enable-win-x64-shellext \
          --enable-wiki-publisher \
          --enable-category-b \
          --enable-bundled-dictionaries
      and if you would like to build for different locales you can use the lang switch (in this example, for English United States and for Italian):
          --with-lang="en-US it"
      If you have copied over the dbghelp.dll and would like these extra features you can enable the debug switch:
          --enable-dbgutil
  • Finish configuration and download missing external source tarballs and extensions
    ./bootstrap
  • Include the configured environment
    source winenv.set.sh
  • Build
    cd instsetoo_native/
    build --all
    Depending on your computer this will take one or more hours to finish. You may want to experiment with the -P options for multi process builds to reduce the build time.
    build --all -P<m> -- -P<n>
    tells build to use m processes (build up to m modules in parallel) and n threads for each module.


  • Install
    There are three options:
    1. Regular install with integration into Windows.
      This allows only one instance of AOO to be installed.
      • Start setup.exe and click through dialog:
        $SourceMain/instsetoo_native/wntmsci12.pro/OpenOffice/msi/install/en-US/setup.exe
      • Apache OpenOffice can be started via the Windows start menu.
    2. Install without integration into Windows.
      This allows several instance of AOO, based on the same version, to be installed side by side.
      It still requires Administrator permissions.
      • Start setup.exe with option -a:
        $SourceMain/instsetoo_native/wntmsci12.pro/OpenOffice/msi/install/en-US/setup.exe -a
      • Enter an installation path into the dialog and click through the dialog to finish installation.
      • Start AOO by running
        <installation-path>/program/soffice.exe
    3. Unpack archive without installation.
      This does not require Administrator permissions
      • Go to installation directory:
        cd <installation-target>
      • Unzip archive:
        unzip $SourceMain/instsetoo_native/wntmsci12.pro/Apache_OpenOffice/msi/install/en-US/Apache_OpenOffice_4.0.1_Win_x86_install-arc_en-US.zip
      • Start AOO by running:
        ./Apache_OpenOffice_4.0.1_Win_x86_install-arc_en-US/program/soffice.exe
(Change the version number in the file name to match the version you built)

Testing build with Cygwin 64 bit

There seem to be a few difficulties in building OpenOffice using the 64 bit version of Cygwin. Perhaps they can be resolved. So this paragraph is an area to be developed as these obstacles are removed.

  • Install Cygwin, 64bit version
    • Browse to http://www.cygwin.com and click on the setup-x86_64.exe link to download the most recent 64 bit version (the most recent Cygwin DLL at the moment is 2.6.0) or use this direct link
    • Run the installer and click through the questions
    • On the "Choose A Download Site" select a nearby download server
    • Expect a "Setup Alert" dialog box on the first cygwin install on the computer: click OK to close it
    • On the page that allows you to select additional packages select:

      From the Archive category:
      zip, unzip
      From the Devel category:
      gperf, gcc-g++, bison, flex, patch, subversion, make
      From the Net category:
      rsync
      From the Perl category:
      perl, perl-XML-SAX-Expat, perl-Archive-Zip, perl-LWP-Protocol-https, perl-XML-parser, perl-libwww-perl, perl-Digest-SHA, perl-Net-SSLeay
      If you will use git, you need in addition from the Devel category the packages:
      git, git-svn
    • Click Next to finish package selection.
    • Click Next to resolve dependencies.
    • After installation is finished click the Finish button to close the dialog.
    • Now, since the 64bit Cygwin seems to make it difficult for the configure script to find Visual Studio (oowintool chokes up at some point), the solution is to install a missing key in the registry:
      1. Type "regedit" in the Start Menu or Cortana search bar and click on the "registry editor" search result (Windows 7 and up) or click the Windows button + R, type "regedit", and hit Enter
      2. NOTE: you may want to backup your registry before making any modifications
        • In the Registry Editor dialog box, choose File > Export.
        • Type a name for the file and select a location.
        • For Export Range, select All.
        • Click Save.
      3. Navigate to the following key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\VisualStudio\9.0\
      4. If there is no "Setup" key under here, create a new subkey by the name of "Setup" and then a subkey of Setup by the name of "VC"
      5. You should now be able to navigate to this key: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\VisualStudio\9.0\Setup\VC, under which you will create a new string by the name of "ProductDir" and give it a value of "C:\Program Files (x86)\Microsoft Visual Studio 9.0\VC"
      6. Close the registry editor
    • NOTE: perhaps oowintool needs to be looked into, so that it won't choke up when it doesn't find this key. Why does it choke up on 64bit cygwin and not on 32bit cygwin?
  • Start cygwin bash in a terminal and follow all the steps for 32bit cygwin up to and including './configure' with relative parameters
  • Finish configuration and download missing external source tarballs and extensions
    ./bootstrap
    • NOTE: ./bootstrap seems to choke up after unpacking dmake:
      making and entering D:/source/aoo-trunk/main/solenv/wntmsci12.pro/misc/build/ 
      unpacking /cygdrive/d/source/aoo-trunk/ext_sources/266d817492d8259a640fad075461080e-dmake-4.12.tar.bz2 
      entering dmake-4.12 
      checking build system type... ./config.guess: unable to guess system type 
       
      This script, last modified 2005-07-08, has failed to recognize 
      the operating system you are using. It is advised that you 
      download the most up to date version of the config scripts from 
       
        http://savannah.gnu.org/cgi-bin/viewcvs/*checkout*/config/config/config.guess 
      and 
        http://savannah.gnu.org/cgi-bin/viewcvs/*checkout*/config/config/config.sub 
       
      If the version you run (./config.guess) is already up to date, please 
      send the following data and any information you think might be 
      pertinent to <config-patches@gnu.org> in order to provide the needed 
      information to handle your system. 
       
      config.guess timestamp = 2005-07-08 
       
      uname -m = x86_64 
      uname -r = 2.6.0(0.304/5/3) 
      uname -s = CYGWIN_NT-10.0 
      uname -v = 2016-08-31 14:32 
       
      /usr/bin/uname -p = unknown 
      /bin/uname -X     = 
       
      hostinfo               = 
      /bin/universe          = 
      /usr/bin/arch -k       = 
      /bin/arch              = x86_64 
      /usr/bin/oslevel       = 
      /usr/convex/getsysinfo = 
       
      UNAME_MACHINE = x86_64 
      UNAME_RELEASE = 2.6.0(0.304/5/3) 
      UNAME_SYSTEM  = CYGWIN_NT-10.0 
      UNAME_VERSION = 2016-08-31 14:32 
      configure: error: cannot guess build type; you must specify one
      And yet, if you try to download a more recent version of config.guess and of config.sub from github for example, then the ./configure script starts to choke up and can't run 'config.sub'. Perhaps config.guess needs a patch?

[I tried using the build directive for the configure script to force recognition of the system, I used --build=i686-pc-cygwin. The configure script recognized this parameter and this value, but ./bootstrap still chokes up saying it can't guess the system... --Johnrdorazio (talk) 01:06, 24 September 2016 (UTC)]

Mac OS X

In order to build open Office on Mac OS X you need to fullfill additional Requirments.

Mac OS X SDK 10.7

We need the Xcode Version 7.3.1 However if you obtain a later version of MacOS X Xcode can be adjusted to fullfill this requirement. For this we have to download The Xcode 7.3.1 version from Apples Developer Side. Unpack the SDK. And make it known to Xcode.

update Xcode > 7.3.1 with 10.7 SDK.

  1. | Download the Xcode 7.3.1 SDK from here
  2. copy the sdk from the package into a /SDKs folder
  3. update /Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Developer/Platforms/MacOSX.platform/Info.plist
  4. If Xcode is running, restart


A depreciated guide for Mac OS X can be found on a separate page.

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