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Please anyone help me to install and correctly configure libreoffice sdk in Ubuntu 13.04. I have installed sdk using sudo apt-get install libreoffice-dev

and then configured it by /usr/lib/libreoffice/sdk/setsdkenv_unix.sh and got following output :-

SDK environment is prepared for Linux
SDK = /usr/lib/libreoffice/sdk
Office = /usr/lib/libreoffice
URE = /usr/lib/libreoffice/ure-link
Make = /usr/bin
Zip = /usr/bin
C++ Compiler = /usr/bin
Java = /usr/lib/jvm/java-7-openjdk-i386
SDK Output directory = /home/dawnavd/openoffice.org4.1_sdk
Auto deployment = NO

but still I'm not able to run this c++ example

Please help me and tell what else need to be done.

Following are details of error I'm getting while running this c++ example
I first run this:make -f Makefile.txt
and then I got following output and error message :-

    mkdir -p Desktop/GSoC/libreoffice4.1_sdk/LINUXexample.out/misc
    rm -f Desktop/GSoC/libreoffice4.1_sdk/LINUXexample.out/misc/oosdk_cpp_types.flag
    "/usr/lib/libreoffice/sdk/bin/cppumaker" -Gc -      ODesktop/GSoC/libreoffice4.1_sdk/LINUXexample.out/inc "/usr/lib/libreoffice/ure-link/share/misc/types.rdb" "/usr/lib/libreoffice/program/types/offapi.rdb"  
    ERROR: cannot open  for writing
    make: ***  [Desktop/GSoC/libreoffice4.1_sdk/LINUXexample.out/misc/oosdk_cpp_types.flag] Error 1
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    Why are you not able to run this example? Do you encouter an error? Please specify what all you have done and what you get.
    – jobin
    Mar 6 '14 at 16:42
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Apparently you should be able to install it using:

sudo apt-get install libreoffice-dev*

To quote Synaptic Package Manager:

office productivity suite -- SDK

LibreOffice is a full-featured office productivity suite that provides a near drop-in replacement for Microsoft(R) Office.

This package contains the files needed to build plugins/add-ons for LibreOffice (includes, IDL files, build tools, ...). It also contains the zipped source of the UNO Java libraries for use in IDEs like eclipse.

Also, I would recommend updating soon from 13.04, as it is now End Of Life. It should be simple to Upgrade it.

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