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Anyway to make embedded python complete?

asked 2021-02-20 22:42:06 +0200

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updated 2021-06-27 21:33:07 +0200

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I am using LibreOffice v7 on Windows 10, in playing python macro, I found the embedded python is in-complete, for example missing sqlite3 and tkinter.

I installed native python of same version as it in LibreOffice, tried to copy it over, but their folder structures are different, and am not sure if this is a possible way.

Is there any solution? Is it true that python in LibreOffice for ubuntu is full package?


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answered 2021-02-21 08:40:00 +0200

ReinRalle gravatar image


Had the same wish and achieved a partial solution under win10 with get-pip.py.

If pip works, you can install a lot afterwards (unfortunately not every package - for example virtualenv).

I haven't tried whether sqlite3 or tk work yet. But with tkinter I would be skeptical.

Hope it helps.


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