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not sure what all the fuss is about, and i'm not even using Ubuntu, but
if the problem is that under Ubuntu, language-pack-xx does not
automatically install libreoffice-help-xx-yy, then here's how I think
the problem could be solved without investing too much sweat into it:

a) submit a patch for ubuntu-desktop, removing its dependency on
b) submit patches to language-pack-* packages, adding necessary

I suspect that such patches should be quite trivial, and take much less
time than adding functionality to LibreOffice which would be meant just
to overcome these distro-specific bugs.

Personally, I think that not installing any libreoffice-help-* package
by default would be an acceptable option (provided that wikihelp works
in Ubuntu, of course). For that to happen, it seems option a) would be


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