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Le 2010-10-08 15:59, RGB ES a écrit :
Thanks. I am a little confused. So are you saying that packaging LibO in
such a way as to be able to use the system is not possible?

Everything is possible... but that does not means it is desirable. You
always need to use the right tool for the job, and nothing beat a good
There are (or were...) attempts to build an "easy for the user"
install and upgrade system (autopackage, zeroinstall...) but almost
nobody use those systems.

Do you know what the reasons were for not using these? It would seem to make sense that you would want to free up dev work and try to unify an upgrade process for everyone.


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