Is it possible to compile LibreOffice for ARM computers running Linux?

Is it possible to cross compile LibreOffice for my Arm based board, running Linux kernel.

Is there any guide available for this.

Try this two wikis

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But I think you need also a C++ compiler for ARM and compatible with MSC++ 2008.

@horst – is @sumit building on windows?

@qubit1: No but it also contains links to linux and OSX.

First check if the linux distro you are using or it’s community doesn’t already have a build

The Debian community apparently already has a working ARM build of OpenOffice.

The debs for Rasbian are here

and its also on the Raspberry Pi app store, but I think that is just a fancy front end for the Raspian repository.

I can’t find their sources, so that’s not much use if you are not using Raspian on a Pi, but being Debian based they will have sources available.

This thread from the Arch forums might be helpful

As might this Slackware thread
Does anybody have a SlackBuild for Libre Office (ARM). , although they don’t appear to have built it successfully.

From what I recall a working OpenJDK install and Apache Ant is also still required to build 3.6 .I’m not sure if this still applies to Libreoffice 4.0 . OpenJDK can apparently be a bit of a bear to build on ARM if you don’t already have a working build for your distro.

This page should be more useful than the windows build dependacies above

This info from the OpenOffice Wiki should still be relevant