I thought after the fork of LibreOffice Oracle gave the source code of OpenOffice to the Apache
IBM donated the source code of their OpenOffice fork called Lotus Symphony also to the Apache
If I've read everything correctly the Apache Foundation has a special policy called the Incubation this is a period of time during which amongst lots of other
things the new project is kept under quarantine for patent issues and to see whether the project is viable.
I thought this period of time is practically over and a new release of OpenOffice can be expected
during the second half of this year.
I have OpenOffice installed on my laptop and I have LibreOffice as a portable app on an external
hard drive in case I need it.
I prefer OpenOffice because, although it lacks some features available in LibreOffice which I don't use that often, it is much stabler and thus more of use in a
production environment. Of course this is my personal impression, things can be different for someone else.
On 19/04/2012 16:18, webmaster-Kracked_P_P wrote:
I really do not think having LO and AOO on the same computer works properly for most users. LO is well beyond what AOO is at, and LO people have cleaned out
so much of the old/bad/outdated code that it would be a real catch-up act for AOO to give you the same features and such that LO have given us since mid-3.3.x
line. I use 3.4.6, but will got to 3.5.x when it get some of its issues fixed that are specific for my needs.
Yes, you can have LO and AOO installed on the same computer.
No, you cannot run both at the same time.
No, it is not something that works well for most users.
Yes, it is your choice to try.
On 04/19/2012 08:49 AM, Caesar wrote:
On Thu, 19 Apr 2012 14:34:39 +0200, "R.S."
<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote Re Re: [libreoffice-users] Open
Office and Libre Office Questions...:
Il 19/04/2012 6.03, Jerry Greenberg ha scritto:
Is it possible to have both Libre Office and Open Office installed at the same time on the same
Are there going to be any new updates for Open Office. I read that since Oracle took over they have
not been very keen on supporting Open Office.
Hi, although it colud be possible, the installation program registers on
the registry the same associations. If you have encountered crashes with
Libreoffice 22.214.171.124 try using version 3.4.6.
I prefer using Libreoffice because it is more efficient and it has a lot
of functions that are not included in OpenOffice.
You can probably avoid any such conflicts by using a "portable"
version of LO from here:
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