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 On 12/10/10 16:01, Rimas Kudelis wrote:
2010.10.12 16:00, Kazunari Hirano wrote:
2. Any developer who want to build their language version of
LibreOffice can find necessary language info and locale info to build
install sets and language packs.
2. is quite an edge case IMO.
You are right.  I have made it very simple.


Do we really have a Klingon team or is it just a joke? :-O


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