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An extensible I/O abstraction library for dealing with structured file formats http://www.gnumeric.org/
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libgsf -- The G Structured File Library Jody Goldberg <email@example.com> The project aims to provide an efficient extensible i/o abstraction for dealing with different structured file formats. libgsf is licensed under the terms of the GNU LGPL included in the file COPYING.LIB. To report libgsf bugs, please visit https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/libgsf/issues -- This library has taken insight from OLE: - libole : Michael Meeks, Arturo Tena, and Frank Chiulli - which was based on Laola : by Martin Schwartz WINE : Marcus Meissner, Francis Beaudet, Sylvain St-Germain and Thuy Nguyen Caolan McNamara's work - POIFS : Marc Johnson VBA: - libole : Michael Meeks and Frank Chiulli figuring out quite a bit about how a vba stream is stored. - OpenOffice : For confirming many of Michael's hypothesis' and supplying insight into the project file structure. - Costin Raiu, Kaspersky Labs <firstname.lastname@example.org> : For commenting that the dir stream had offsets too. That way we can avoid OpenOffice's trouble parsing pcode. gzip: - zlib : for doing all the heavy lifting, and suppling gzio.c as an example. Requirements ------------ autoconf 2.5x automake 1.7 glib >= 1.3.10 zlib >= 1.1.3 libxml2 >= 2.4.16 (not really, but it is the first to be tested) Mailing lists ------------- There is NO mailing list used to discuss libgsf specificly as yet. For now please use the gnumeric list. To subscribe send a mail to: email@example.com And in the body of the message write "subscribe" An archive of the mailing lists is available in: http://mail.gnome.org/archives/gnumeric-list/