Hmm... I should have checked that before posting. I usually just run my
own build version on Linux,
I just assumed that they would have qtz-builds at least for master, but
it seems they don't. :(
You can however find qtz-builds of 22.214.171.124.beta3:
The KeyIDs should correspond to what is in LibreOffice 5.
I'll ask on IRC tomorrow if there are any KeyID-builds available for
Linux as daily builds,
or if not if there could be in the future.
Don't forget do do a parallel install:
Den 2015-10-03 kl. 19:47, skrev Mihovil Stanić:
I'm searching for this, but can't find.
Using Linux Mint, would like to get that language pack to get key IDs.
Your script is working perfectly!
24.09.2015 u 14:42, Niklas Johansson je napisao/la:
The dialy builds of LibreOffice should contain the KeyID version (has
language code qtz)
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