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What I have found is that under OOO I have always been left with
install directories with Mbs of space used for previous installations,
the uninstall or new install doesn't seem to have removed them.

I have been thinking tha it would be neat to have as it were, one
install of LiBO and have it "updated" in all the same directories all
the time, even if it were a new version of LiBO that was being
"installed - updated", unless the User specifically elected to have
multiple installations of different versions, making the default that
there is only ever one main copy that is updated all the time.


On 6 October 2010 13:35, Goran Rakic <> wrote:
У сре, 06. 10 2010. у 13:22 +1300, Paul A Norman
Not sure where thinking is on this for LiBO at the moment, but is it
concievable that updating even to each new version could, after a User
response, be automatic and if elected by the User - replace the
previous version automatically please?


Hi Paul,

A first step would be to replicate the update notification feature
available in the I guess only infrastructure is missing
for that one.

I remember last year in Orvieto there were some talks about new
packaging for all platforms that would allow online installation
(allowing user to select, download and install any combination of
languages, cutting space requirements to do full install sets).

I do not know what is the current status of this development and if it
would be easier to add autoupdate feature after that task is completed.

Kind regards,
Goran Rakic

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