The Perl version of ooolib has been ported to rlabplus. For more information, see the rlabplus project at https://sourceforge.net/projects/rlabplus/
I have released a new version of ooolib-python. This one fixes some minor bugs and changes how the formulas are handled.
I have released a new version of ooolib-python that handles non-ascii characters better.
I have released a new version of ooolib-python that fixes a few bugs.
A new version of ooolib-python has been released. This version builds upon the previous version in that it gives the developers the additional ability to read in data from ODS cells and update data. It does not yet have support for cell attributes such as fonts, colors, alignment, but for people who do not need those features, it should work great.
A new version of ooolib-python has been released. This version gives developers the ability to read in an existing ODS file and get the meta data from it. This is the first step in having full editing abilities.
I have released a new version of ooolib-python. This version gives the developers the added ability to set the horizontal and vertical alignment of the text in the cells. An example program, calc-example08.py has been created to demonstrate the new alignment abilities.
A new version of ooolib-python has been released. This new version gives the ability to set the font sizes when creating calc spreadsheets.
A new version of ooolib-python has been released. Version 0.0.9 includes a patch submitted by Hemanth Sethuram that gives ooolib-python users the ability to include annotations and URL links in spreadsheets.
A new version of ooolib-perl has been released. Nilton Castillo provided some code to optimize the ooosxcCellLocConv function.
A new version of ooolib-python is now available for download. This version fixes a few bugs in the Calc class, and moved a lot of code around. In preparation for including other types of documents, a Meta class was created to handle Meta data that is basically the same for each of the types of documents. The Writer class was created and some of the files required to create .odt documents are not being created.
A new version of ooolib-python is available. This version gives users the ability to use formulas in their spreadsheets. It also includes an example python script that shows the users how to go about using these new formulas.
I have changed the license associated with ooolib-perl in an effort to have all of my libraries released under the same license. Both ooolib-python and ooolib-perl are now licensed under the GNU LGPL instead of the GNU GPL to allow users more options.
We have a newer version of ooolib-python. This version gives the ability to edit cell colors and also some of the basic meta data such as title.
A new version of ooolib-python is now available. This version allows the users to now turn on and off the bold, italics, and underline properties. This brings the basic Calc creation portion of ooolib-python one step closer to the end.
Coming up, we still have background and foreground colors for cells. After that, I will start working on getting cell functions working.
If anyone has comments, please let me know. Thanks.... read more
A new version of ooolib-python has been released. This version allows more meta data editing and allows the changing of row heights.
Okay, I decided to release another version of ooolib-python. This version allows you to set the column width for any column. I have also built much of the infrastructure to set cell properties such as background colors, and text properties such as bold and underline.
We have released a new version of ooolib-python that now handles strings better and allows you to set the first sheet name to something other than "Sheet1" at creation time.
The first version of the ooolib-python module that actually supports creating documents with data on them is here. While this version does not yet support cell properties like bold, italics, colors, etc, it does support multiple sheets. If you are a python programmer wanting to create OpenOffice.org documents or OpenDocument Format documents, this might just be the thing for you.
The initial Python version of the ooolib module has been released. This release does nothing more than create a static document. It is the base code for the rest of development.