On 2020-04-15 09:08, Pulkit Krishna wrote:
A graphical way to install multiple versions of libreoffice on windows is
Separate Install GUI. It can be downloaded from:
Its documentation can be found at:-
Thanks. But (a) it's only for Windows (though that is important) and (b) developer Florian
Reisinger has not looked at it for a while and a couple of links were broken. He was very
responsive to email inquiries and fixed one link quickly, but the other one for SI-GUI support at
nabble will not be so easy to replace.
Still, I want to use SI-GUI for Windows, if only to help others whom I'm introducing to LO.
Meanwhile, though, I wanted to understand what what is needed for parallel installations, and the
bootstrap variables were important to understand. It was worth pursuing this question just to get
(from one of Regina's links) the following table:
Bootstrap variable Meaning
$SYSUSERHOME Path of the user's home directory (see osl_getHomeDir())
$SYSBINDIR Path to the directory of the current executable.
$ORIGIN Path to the directory of the ini/rc file.
$SYSUSERCONFIG Path to the directory where the user's configuration data is stored (see
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