From: Patrick Niemeyer <pat@pa...> - 2005-03-02 04:02:51
From the following article on OpenOffice 2.0:
"Version 2.0 exhibits a growing dependency on Java. In earlier
versions, new users could easily do without Java. By contrast, so many
of the new features, including the movie player and wizards, require
Java that in version 2.0, it is well on the way to becoming a
necessity. The new support for Beanshell as a scripting language
reinforces the impression."
This page describes how to use BeanShell to script some of the content
of a document:
Is anyone using BeanShell in OpenOffice currently? I'd be interested
to hear what you're doing with it.
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