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=== Python and OpenOffice.org ===
 
=== Python and OpenOffice.org ===
 
OpenOffice.org ships with a python scripting language on it's versions 2.3.4. This Python distribution comes with the uno module which connects the UNO API with the python scripting language. To run this version of Python on Linux you can go to the direct OpenOffice.org PATH. OOo-Python can be run from the command line as well as you might expect with any other distribution of Python.
 
OpenOffice.org ships with a python scripting language on it's versions 2.3.4. This Python distribution comes with the uno module which connects the UNO API with the python scripting language. To run this version of Python on Linux you can go to the direct OpenOffice.org PATH. OOo-Python can be run from the command line as well as you might expect with any other distribution of Python.

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Python and OpenOffice.org

OpenOffice.org ships with a python scripting language on it's versions 2.3.4. This Python distribution comes with the uno module which connects the UNO API with the python scripting language. To run this version of Python on Linux you can go to the direct OpenOffice.org PATH. OOo-Python can be run from the command line as well as you might expect with any other distribution of Python.

Python specific information for Extension creation

To create extensions for python is important that you have enough relation with the UNO components as well sa packaging your code to be able to easily distribute your scripts through the OpenOffice.org package manager. Please check up the tutorials on how to componetize your code as well as how to deploy remote scripting through a service implementation.

To learn to run Python on Windows you could visit this link for more detail information.

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