Carlo Strata píše v So 17. 12. 2011 v 18:16 +0100:
I have installed LibreOffice 3.4.5 RC1 on two Windows XP (win32 build)
PCs and in one more Linux notebook with Linux x86-64 rpm LibreOffice build.
I'm sure that on Windows XP (32 bit, Home, Italian GUIed) I have
LibreOffice to be run twice for the first use after install, next ones
start with one sole run.
On linux I don't remember exactly.
AFAIK, this has been the standard behavior since the version 3.3 or 3.4
when we started to register extensions at startup.
Well, the extensions should get pre-registered during the installation.
The cache is just copied during the first application start.
I add Andras into CC. He reworked the Windows installer for LO-3.4.5. It
is possible that he broke the pre-registration, so the cache is not
created and the first start is slower and more visible.
However this behavior sounds familiar in my head. Is it a regression? I
suspect already having seen this on past LibreOffice bugs.
Is that already known and confirmed?
Have I to search in the bug list in the usual way and in case submit a bug?
If it does not ring any bell in Andras's head, it would be great to find
p.s. I'm happy to see that java 1.7.1 (32 bit) has now listed as
available java virtual machines.
Stefan did a great job. We are looking for feedback if it works as
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