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From ANTHONY CRUZ <anthonycruz2...@hotmail.com>
Subject Controller class for documents/textView classes in Open Office (NSDocument like?)
Date Thu, 23 Apr 2015 22:35:00 GMT
I’ve been digging through the source code in the Aqua build. I’m mainly and ObjC developer.
I’d love to be able to set up an Xcode project and contribute to the project.

After looking for a really long time for an app delegate (not loaded from Interface Builder)
I was able to find vclapp.mm. What are the primary view classes in Apache open office for
displaying the documents? I’ve been looking for the class responsible for displaying the
contents of files (like a word document). I was hoping to find a controller for a document
that has a NSTextView property but I can’t seem to find it.

The Developer’s guide mostly has Java examples and when I search I keep finding pages in
the Wiki that are possibly out of date. Is the document controller/text view done in Java?
Or is there C++ or Objective-C API for opening document windows? I know I can turn off the
Java runtime in Open Office preferences so i was hoping I could avoid Java. 

Is there a C++ class for opening document files (analogous to an NSDocument subclass, in a
pure Objective-C app). I’d love to write an Objective-C wrapper around it. 

Thanks all.



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