Package Details: libreoffice-extension-languagetool 3.4-2

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/libreoffice-extension-languagetool.git (read-only)
Package Base: libreoffice-extension-languagetool
Description: An Open Source style and grammar checker (30 languages)
Upstream URL: http://www.languagetool.org/
Licenses: LGPL
Groups: libreoffice-extensions
Submitter: 3ED_0
Maintainer: 3ED_0
Last Packager: 3ED_0
Votes: 237
Popularity: 6.108295
First Submitted: 2011-08-05 14:41
Last Updated: 2016-09-25 13:56

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3ED_0 commented on 2016-09-25 14:00

mittens2001: probably you right :) thx

Btw. imho this should be mentioned in PKGBUILD wiki

mittens2001 commented on 2016-09-25 06:39

probably "java-runtime" >= 8 since all java packages provide that in their PKGBUILD.

3ED_0 commented on 2016-09-22 10:28

Which one? OpenJDK or OpenJRE? OracleJDK or maybe OracleJRE? Closest I can think is java-runtime-common (pkgver=2) or optdepends/install=info.

mittens2001 commented on 2016-09-22 05:07

shouldn't java >= 8 be a dependency?

brittyazel commented on 2016-04-10 23:27

Is it possible to make this package depend on the languagetool found in the stable repos and then just provide the libreoffice extension functionality?

simgunz commented on 2016-01-31 16:19

In my case I had to to the following:

In libreoffice go to Tools > Options > Advanced and select Java 8 from there.

Setting it system wide with archlinux-java was not helpful.

ronjouch commented on 2015-12-30 14:01

After upgrading to 3.2-1, LibreOffice's extension manager shows the extension disabled, with error message "Error: The status of this extension is unknown".

Applying 3ED_0's suggestion below worked around the issue:
1. remove this package
2. start lowriter then close
3. install this package
4. start libreoffice

Hexcles commented on 2015-10-05 23:37

I found the root cause of my problem. I was using a Java interface tweak from Arch Wiki (add "-Dswing.defaultlaf=com.sun.java.swing.plaf.gtk.GTKLookAndFeel" to JAVA_OPTIONS), which forced the use of GTK. However, currently Oracle JRE is linked against GTK2, so the app crashed. I'll add a note to that wiki entry.

3ED_0 commented on 2015-10-05 08:57

Oh, I had this same (or similar) problem after update from 3.0 to 3.1. Try:
1. remove this package
2. start lowriter then close
3. install this package
4. start libreoffice

Looks like bugs. I wonder if libreoffice-still has this same issue.

3ED_0 commented on 2015-10-05 07:21

Works fine for me. Try oracle jre from aur. BTW. java uses its own gui toolkit.

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