RE: RE: Exporting to Excel ( all versions )

into you here…
:slight_smile:

I try to follow the list during the day at work, but that’s about it -
just too much volume for me otherwise.

Secondly, I have no idea where I would start with that…
I’m willing to try, but I wouldn’t have the first clue of
where to start looking…

Take a look at Worksheet.pm in the Perl source.

What class would the Excel interation happen in?

In the Worksheet class (worksheet.rb).

assuming I’d have to open the perl source code for
worksheet.pl, does it go deeper than that?

Nope, that’s it.

I’m not too good at this stuff, and unfortunatley (in this
case), I’m on a Mac, as are many of the users of the application…

That rules out OLE then. Bummer.

I do’nt think Hans is very interested in the project anymore,
to the point where the sourceforge page is dead, I think I’m
on my own :frowning:

He’s using RubyForge now (http://rubyforge.org/projects/spreadsheet/).
I gave him access to the SF project just in case he needed it, but
that’s more or less an artifact now.

P.S. While you’re here… mind explaining the merge function?
i can’t get it to work :frowning:

Sorry, I don’t remember.

Regards,

Dan

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Ok Thanks… I’ll see what I can do!

RubyForge might give me more luck :slight_smile:

Berger, Daniel wrote:

First off, thanks for replying Daniel, didn’t expect to bump
Take a look at Worksheet.pm in the Perl source.
I’m not too good at this stuff, and unfortunatley (in this
that’s more or less an artifact now.


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