Deploying xlWings requires not only the Excel file but also a set of additional files. That is a constant source of error and lets your folders look messie.
Yet I'm thinking of various solutions and I'm willing to implement it myself.
Before I'll start doing the hard work I'd like to know if you are interrested in merging such solutions?1 vote
thanks – continuing on GH
Enter the VBA code into the python script directly. (For example: Code SQL in Sqlite module)6 votes
That’s not the point of xlwings: You can fall back to the underlying pywin32 module which basically supports the VBA syntax.
It will be a more user-friendly solution. In addition, after the installation is made direct the user to the download page of python. It's not so common among VBA-developers to user tools like python.1 vote
We shall work on better beginner’s docs in the future though.
I can’t replicate the issue. If you continue to have issues with v0.10.3 and xlsb files, please open an issue directly on GitHub as this would be a bug. Thanks.
allow import arbitrary name of python file for UDF in excel1 vote
You are actually able to point to an arbitrary file as described here: http://docs.xlwings.org/vba.html#settings
Add linux support?2 votes
Closing this – please vote for OpenOffice/LibreOffice.