I've been working on some tools development using the Java bindings to use
StarOffice's and OpenOffice.org's functionality (unoil and stuff), and I was
wondering whether The Document Foundation is including the API in LibreOffice.
After having a first look at the recently released LibreOffice 3.3, it seems to
me that it's indeed keeping the API, but I just wanted to know if there is
something like an "official policy" or statement on that very regard.
More precisely, my (probably silly) question is: is the LibreOffice-provided API
keeping compatibility with the OpenOffice-provided one?
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