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    Default libreoffice 3.3

    It seems that libreoffice 3.3 is out :-)
    does suse has (or will have) it in oss repo or packman or I have to add a repo??
    can libreoffice be installed alongside openoffice??
    thanksguys
    Pier

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    Default Re: libreoffice 3.3

    there's an unstable libreoffce repo that contains 3.3.0.4-19.1 software.opensuse.org: Search Results

    I would think it would be best to uninstall openoffice, but not sure - if you google there was announcement somewhere about this, maybe on planet suse
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    Default Re: libreoffice 3.3

    ATM LibreOffice cannot be installed alongside OO.o, one of the deps is the removal of (most of) OO.o

    The latest LibreOffice packages are in the LibreOffice:UNSTABLE repo.
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    Default Re: libreoffice 3.3

    full url of repo is,

    "http://download.opensuse.org:80/repositories/LibreOffice:/Unstable/openSUSE_Factory/"

    latest version today is 3.3.0.4

    if you want the dictionary function to work in libreoffice -- do not delete the associated language files of openoffice

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    Default Re: libreoffice 3.3

    Quote Originally Posted by keellambert View Post
    if you want the dictionary function to work in libreoffice -- do not delete the associated language files of openoffice
    So LibreOffice is compatible with OpenOffice spellcheckers?

    I am particularly interested in installing OpenOffice *.oxt file with spellcheck (for Estonian language) in LibreOffice. Will it work? Any hints?

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    Default Re: libreoffice 3.3

    Hey someone....now that LibreOffice 3.3 is STABLE, when do they expect to have the STABLE branch of the repository set up? I want to move
    from UNSTABLE to STABLE as soon as possible, but as of now, it's still not built yet. Thanks.

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    Default Re: libreoffice 3.3

    Don't you think that now ought to be created a "stable" repo for libreoffice?? where to insert the stables versions, reading the libo plan they has a 2-4 weeks release time, so the unstable would be hurry updated

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    Default Re: libreoffice 3.3

    Quote Originally Posted by pier_andreit View Post
    Don't you think that now ought to be created a "stable" repo for libreoffice?? where to insert the stables versions, reading the libo plan they has a 2-4 weeks release time, so the unstable would be hurry updated
    LibreOffice has only been in development for a few weeks. The first stable release only came out on Tuesday, so there will be a stable repo soon.

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    Default Re: libreoffice 3.3

    Quote Originally Posted by seld View Post
    So LibreOffice is compatible with OpenOffice spellcheckers?

    I am particularly interested in installing OpenOffice *.oxt file with spellcheck (for Estonian language) in LibreOffice. Will it work? Any hints?
    I think it will work.
    I changed openoffice with libreoffice some weeks ago, and everything (extensions included) works.
    Only thing is that openoffice works with ~/.ooo3 and libreoffice with ~/.libreoffice
    Just move to the new directory what you need. Or install again in libreoffice the extensions you want to keep.

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    Default Re: libreoffice 3.3

    Quote Originally Posted by chief_sealth View Post
    LibreOffice has only been in development for a few weeks. The first stable release only came out on Tuesday, so there will be a stable repo soon.
    Good news

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