LO ver 18.104.22.168
LO ver 22.214.171.124
If you are a fan of python, then the following script will rename your files to oldname-new.ods and strip Basic directory from the file, which gets rid of the scripts. It will however not check if you actually do use the scripts, so you better have a backup of the original files until you are sure all the files work correctly. To run it type to command line
C:\Python2.7\python.exe filename.py *.ods when in correct directory. Also you would have to install python
#!/usr/bin/python import glob, os, sys, zipfile for pattern in sys.argv[1:]: for filepath in glob.glob(pattern): dirname, basename = os.path.split(filepath) root, ext = os.path.splitext(basename) newname = '%s-new%s' % (root, ext) outpath = os.path.join(dirname, newname) zin = zipfile.ZipFile (filepath, 'r') zout = zipfile.ZipFile (outpath, 'w') for item in zin.infolist(): if item.filename == 'mimetype': zout.writestr(item, zin.read(item.filename)) for item in zin.infolist(): if item.filename != 'mimetype' and item.filename[:6] != 'Basic/': zout.writestr(item, zin.read(item.filename)) zout.close() zin.close()
Credits for being helpful to http://stackoverflow.com/questions/4957212/how-does-open-office-compress-its-files and http://stackoverflow.com/questions/513788/delete-file-from-zipfile-with-the-zipfile-module
Oh, and if using *.ods should create a too long command line, then put it inside quotes, “*.ods”, then glob will take care of it.