On 8/6/2014 6:34 PM, V Stuart Foote <VStuart.Foote@utsa.edu> wrote:
No great mystery.
If they are more conservative--LibreOffice 4.2.6 is a solid build, somewhat lacking in the latest
Not for everyone... the fact that the new feature of 'inline editing of
Input fields' is BROKEN (regression) when it comes to pasting into it,
the entire 4.2.x line has been totally unusable to us (and many others
who rely on this capability).
If they have more tolerance for change, and accept the potential for some as yet undescribed bugs
affecting use, then early adoption of the 4.3.0 branch is a reasonable choice.
Both are good well tested software packages.
Still? Fresh? Mature? Toddler? Teenager?
This is not just nonsense, it is insanity.
Do it like Debian:
4.2.x = Stable
4.3.x = Testing
Then move on to more important things - like fixing the above mentioned
bug so a large segment of users can actually use these newer 'stable'
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