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Subject: text:list-style can only be retrieved by name; as a result it cannot be created
Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2013 16:32:58 +0100
To: bug-OpenOffice-OODoc [...]
From: Erik van Veelen <evveelen [...]>
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L.S. Detected using OODoc-2.125. When a text:list-style is present in an openoffice document (styles section) it can be retrieved by calling: my $style_elem = $stylesRef->getStyleElement($styleName, namespace =>'text', type =>'list-style'); but when trying to create such an element this will turn out to be impossible (with the createStyle call). The following calls will be done, when calling: my $style_elem = $stylesRef->createStyle($styleName, parent =>undef, family => undef, namespace => 'text', type => 'list-style', check => 'true', properties => $myProps_ref, references => {style:list-style-name => ""}); createStyle() -- this will yield a '<text:list-style/>' and then call updateStyle() on the just created element getStyleElement() will be called on the reference to the element isStyle will be called since a ref was passed isStyle will return undef getStyleElement will return undef updateStyle will warn (and return undef) for "unknown style" createStyle will return undef The difference lies in the fact that in the first case isStyle is never called and isStyle does not consider a text:list-style to be a style. I believe the isStyle should consider a text:list-style to be a style, or at the very least the behavior should be symmetrical. Please let me know if more details are needed, but it is pretty straightforward from the code in Regards, -- Erik van Veelen AimValley B.V. P.O. Box 2194, 1200 CD Hilversum, The Netherlands Tel: +31 35 689 1929, Fax: +31 35 689 1901 AimValley certificate

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