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Steps to Reproduce:
0. Make sure you are using 32bit LibreOffice on Windows(not 64bit LibreOffice)
1. Open the attached document
2. Run Main() under VBAProject/Modules/Module1
BASIC runtime error.
Message: [automation bridge] The object does not have a function or readable property "escape"
as Excel does.
User Profile Reset: No
ScriptControl's CodeObject property exists in Type Library but CodeObject's escape does not.
just as an experiment for my own environment, I wrote
ret = directInvoke( aFunctionName, aParams);
instead of current "throw;", and the code worked as expected.
similar thing may be needed for invokeGetProperty I guess.
I'm not that confident in writing good code, and waiting for some other person to do, honestly.
Created attachment 147635 [details]
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Would you like to propose a fix in gerrit so core developers can review it ?
(In reply to himajin100000 from comment #3)
Nice!! Moving to ASSIGNED
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