From: Dom Lachowicz (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Mon Jun 30 2003 - 09:33:04 EDT
> If needed I'd be happy to help on the table creation
> part of the code.
> Though I'm sure Dom has that covered. This would be
> really cool, I'm
> looking forward to this feature.
> Can libgda use Gnumeric and/or Evo address book/
> appointments files as a
> data sources? It would be really cool to be able to
> pull info direct from
> those. We would start to have something like an
> office suite then.
It'd be great to be able to use Gnumeric generically
as a data source. That said, right now we're capable
of using some Gnumeric files as data sources - that
is, any file saved in CSV format or a tab-delimited
text format. This route is sub-optimal, but it's
preferable to nothing. If we could link a plugin to a
(currently non-existant) libgnumeric.so or similar,
this'd be great.
I'd also like to setup Evo as a data source. Ximian OO
did this, but it's a hack. I've been advised by
various Ximian employees not to follow down the same
route, and that they'd suggest a preferable alternate
But yes, if we can get Mergeant, Evo, and Gnumeric as
data sources, that'd be wicked-sweet.
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