I want to ask how it is possible to create any libreoffice file in the current directory of command line. I tried several options from soffice binary help, but all of them just complain about non-existence of file. But, that is the point, I want to create a new file from command line
The reason why I want to do it, as when using libre office in Windows and saving an unsaved file provides me always last used path, so I have to navigate through complicated file system structure in order to find new location when I want to save a file. It would be much easier when I would just create it by command line file within the current directory.
I am not interested in creating any file (such as by touch), but in creating particular libreoffice file, such as
.ods for libre office calc. However, when I create it by touch and open it using libreoffice (thanks to the Windows suffix-based match) it will actually interpret it wrongly and does not preserve any information about the type of the file. After reopening it is just CSV file, and not libreoffice file.
I would expect that soffice binary or scalc binary can do that. But, I did not find out how.
The bugzilla entry already exists since 2011: https://bugs.documentfoundation.org/show_bug.cgi?id=40227