[odf-devel] Applications which have .odf support
shirishag75 at gmail.com
Sat Aug 11 09:27:43 EDT 2007
First of all don't know if this is the right place to ask this
query or not. I have been trying to find (in vain, I might add) about
applications which have native .odf support. The only two healthy
apps/office suites are OpenOffice.org as well as KOffice (although its
supposed to be not good with complex documents done in .odf) . Now I
was looking for a solution other than OpenOffice.org (as its somewhat
bulky) and was looking for something like either Abiword and/or
Evince, small apps. that do the job (Abiword doesn't have native
support as far as I know, dunno hos good Evince is with it).
There is also an odf viewer which i tried from the site & it has
issues with the zeroinstall gui thing, It tries to fetch the latest
version of zeroinstall gui & due to some incorrect manifest it isn't
able to download . The full error message is :-
Error fetching 'zeroinstall-gui-0.24.3.tar.bz2':
Incorrect manifest -- archive is corrupted.
Required digest: sha1new=52145efb97dc729009454d7b0201e40f3f2e90d9
Actual digest: sha1new=9f6ab44bafc9a917eccd1247f06144739bd9242
Also there is no documentation how to uninstall the odf viewer if it
doesn't work, either if installed as a root user or as normal user,
does one need to remove stuff manually going through directories and
sub-directories or what?
This is on Ubuntu gutsy gibbon 7.10 tribe 4 with updates stuff.
Looking forward to guidance & help.
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the list as I'm no developer just a user.
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