Re: how to convert VB scripts to Gnumeric python

Also using your test program, as is I get an error when it hits the


operation, saying it got 3 variables instead of the 2 expected. When I change it to two, I get:

TypeError: argument cell: Expected Gnm.Cell

So it's expected a Gnm.Cell and not the col, row provided in the program.

I suspect I'm probably testing a bit ahead of your patches on github.

On 04/13/2018 06:00 PM, dm-gnome mercuryresearch com wrote:
OK, I've updated from github (I installed goffice and gnumeric) and I'm getting a crash on my application's file IO:

** (pubrep:23096): WARNING **: Couldn't connect to accessibility bus: Failed to connect to socket /tmp/dbus-E0H2kRCBCm: Connection refused
shell to uri
workbook view from uri

** (pubrep:23096): CRITICAL **: go_doc_init_read: assertion 'doc->priv->imagebuf == NULL' failed
Segmentation fault

This appears to be happening on the line

s_wbv=Gnm.WorkbookView.new_from_uri(s_uri, None, io, None)

Which is the actual workbook file open read. Though this may just be me (perhaps I need to update other libraries?)

This worked on goffice-0.10.32 with the patches I'd used on gnumeric. So we'll need to sort out what changed.

On 04/13/2018 11:17 AM, Morten Welinder wrote:
Major progress on my end. I found two major sources of crashes (1: many of our boxed types were bad; 2: some pygobject versions fail on transfer-full arguments).

You can follow the battle at
although that file may move. This file also contains the "blessed" API.
This is still evolving.

My main test script is at It does pretty much everything one can do to a workbook other than file i/o.
(That's somewhere on my list.)

Note: I have marked lots of functions as "skip" because they are low-level functions not intended for scripting. Most of GnmCell's methods are like that. They don't do what you would expect of them and there are proper alternatives, typically in Sheet.Â


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