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On 30/04/2020 11:10, Christian Lohmaier wrote:
On Wed, Apr 29, 2020 at 11:41 AM Stephan Bergmann <> wrote:
An extension like
<> has a
"Release List" section with a table where one column is labeled
"Compatibility" (listing "3.3" for Release 1.0.0 in the case of the
extension mentioned earlier).

* What is the meaning of that compatibility entry?  (Is it e.g. the
minimum or the maximum version of LO that the extension is compatible with?)

That's minimum version of LibreOffice the extension is compatible with

* How does the information presented there relate to an extension's

It currently doesn't - the way it works was taken from the old
instance, aka the maintainer of an extension specifies the version, it
is not read from the extension itself/cannot tell from that listing
what kind of parameter is used in the extension.

I see. (With the old <> the Compatibility column is somewhat more self-explaining, as items there mention "LibreOffice" and read e.g. "LibreOffice 6.3", <>.)

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