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On Fri, 2013-08-09 at 17:31 +0100, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)  
This is all true but LibreOffice and Evolution are exceptions because
most repos have such older versions that most people want to

This is generally not true for openSUSE.

There are repositories for the very latest GNOME [3.8.x], that includes
the latest and greatest Evolution and other related GNOME apps.  And the
newer ones are *notably* better.  Quality has improved amazingly in
recent versions.


To add a repo is just "zypper ar {URL} {NAME}".  Then you can "zypper
dup --from {NAME}" to move to the packages offered by that repo.

For LibreOffice there is an unstable repo

zypper ar LibreOffice-Unstable
zypper dup --from LibreOffice-Unstable

This provides LibreOffice 4.1

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