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On Tue, Dec 17, 2013 22:55:32 PM +0000, Tom Davies wrote:
Hi :)
I think that is roughly what people are driving at.  In the tech
republic article it shows that LibreOffice has/had one built-in that
had it's own gui-front-end / wizard.  It suggested that would be great
if it could be freed-up from the rest of the code and provided as a
stand-alone program/utility/package, perhaps even purely as a
command-line tool only with no gui front-end.

I don't even think such a thing would be possible, or if it was it
sounds to me like it would be incredibly difficult.

I'm pretty sure it would be incredibly easier and more sustainable
than keeping support for old formats in the actual office suite, EVEN
in the form of extensions like this:

On 12/17/2013 12:31 PM, Kracked_P_P---webmaster wrote:
Maybe someone would make an extension to give LO users access to
reading all of those legacy formats, when that is needed.  That
way you can disable it when not in use but still have the ability
to read all of those old legacy formats.


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