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[tdf-discuss] A quick question


Hi, I wish to thank you for the wonderful work you are doing with openoffice, and I am trying to compile the source code. I hope this is the right place to ask a question about that?

Anyway, I did this:

git clone git://anongit.freedesktop.org/git/libreoffice/build

It conked out half way through so I did this:

git fetch git://anongit.freedesktop.org/git/libreoffice/build

That seemed to work, so I did this:

./autogen.sh --with-distro=LibreOfficeLinux --with-git

It did stuff and then printed this:

To build run:
        ./download
        make
        bin/ooinstall <path-to-install>

        This is 'master' - the main, but unstable branch.

        If you want to build the stable OOo, use:
                ooo-build-2-4    branch for 2.4
                ooo-build-3-1-1  branch for 3.1.1
                ooo-build-3-2    branch for 3.2
                ooo-build-3-2-1  branch for 3.2.1



OK, now my problem: I don't want the unstable branch, I want ooo-build-3-2-1. But: how do I "use" ooo-build-3-2-1? Where do I use it? Have I already gone wrong and should have "used" it earlier?

Many thanks,
Ron.

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