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unoconv windows setup missing [closed]

asked 2014-06-26 21:46:57 +0100

trenthartnick gravatar image

updated 2016-02-26 22:16:47 +0100

Alex Kemp gravatar image

hi,

Libreoffice (latest version) is installed on D:\libre\program\ i have unzipped unoconv (latest version) in the same location as above.

i am able to test the unoconv as below, "E:\GHQ\libre\program\python.exe" unoconv -h

But when i am trying to use it in my prolog code i keep facing below error.

error(existence_error(source)sink.path(unoconv)),G3464)

i have added a system variable UNO_PATH pointing to the same location.

kindly suggest.

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answered 2014-06-27 02:45:20 +0100

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Unless someone is familiar with Prolog (and the particular installation you are using) it is unlikely that anyone on these forums will be able to assist you. Essentially your Prolog installation does not know where unoconv has been installed. This needs to be defined to Prolog rather than to LO or related tools. You could try adding the install location to the Windows system $PATH variable.

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