MRI - UNO Object Inspection Tool

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MRI is an introspection tool of UNO objects.

Project Description

MRI is an introspection tool of UNO objects, written in Python. If you want to know about UNO objects, try to use MRI. Targets of this extension are macro, extension developer and so on. MRI is an UNO service so that it can be used easily from any other languages. Online Documentation is available here: https://github.com/hanya/MRI/wiki MRI can set property values that have numeric, string, enum or boolean type value. Any methods which need arguments of numeric, string, enum or boolean type value can be called from MRI. Requirements Current version supports OpenOffice.org version 3.0-3.3 and Apache OpenOffice 3.4. And also LibreOffice 3.3-3.5. MRI is written in Python, which is required to execute PyUNO bridge installation.

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Extension Building

Homepage of the Project

https://github.com/hanya/MRI/wiki

Current Release

MRI - UNO Object Inspection Tool - 1.1.2

Released Jul 17, 2013 — tested with:

LibreOffice 3.3, LibreOffice 3.4, LibreOffice 3.5,

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mri-1.1.2.oxt
File size: 190 kb

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1.1.4

    • LibreOffice 3.3
    • LibreOffice 3.4
    • LibreOffice 3.5
    .
    • OSI (Other OSI Approved)
    pre-release

    1.1.2

    Jul 17, 2013
      • LibreOffice 3.3
      • LibreOffice 3.4
      • LibreOffice 3.5
      .
      • OSI (Other OSI Approved)
      final

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