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On 18/01/2011 12:52, Zongbo Zhang wrote:
> One question: how to find out the source code module that is in charge
> of providing the track change feature in OOo?
some important things are in this file:
but the redlining/change tracking is actually spread out all over
sw/source/core, and contaminates pretty much everything there.
> It is a kind of urgent request, I actually do not have enough time to
> read through all the material or try out a build process.
in that case it is probably unhelpful for me to mention that the writer
redlining implementation so far has stubbornly refused to be understood by
> Thanks in advance!
> Best regards
> Zongbo Zhang
> Software Developer
"When I moved from Pascal to C++ to create 'Jill of the Jungle', it was
a real shock that people would actually be using a programming language
that was so bad for large-scale development. To think that operating
systems are built in that sort of language was really terrifying."
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