[Mono-list] Open office bindings in Ubuntu

naurispunk nauris_punk at inbox.lv
Sun Apr 18 13:28:17 EDT 2010


For the past months I worked  with .NET applications (in Windows) that work
with Open Office using CLI bindings. I was wondering if there is a way to
migrate my .NET libraries (DLLs) written in Visual Basic that work with Open
Office to Linux? 

The problem is I have never used an Linux OS :) I installed Ubunut 9.10 and
have been spendin last few days looking around and trying to get things
working. Still I'm kinda new to this.

I am aware that MonoDevelop studio can create VB projects but my problem is
that i have no idea how to add OOo libraries to project or where they can be
found in Ubuntu (that is Linux OO Im currently using). In Visual Studio for
example I need to add to project UNO dll files (4 or 5) that are stored in
Program Files somewhere under Open Office.

Can someone explain the the whole adding new libraries to project process in
Mono (in Ubuntu OS)?
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