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Op 29-10-2010 16:22, plino schreef:
I'm not a programmer but something is puzzling me: why is LibreOffice
compiled with MS VC++ compiler?
Only LibreOffice for Windows is.
The reason is probably that it is the best compiler to produce programs for Windows with.

This forces the installer to include the
VC++ runtimes...
And what would be the objection to that?

Vriendelijke groet,
Simon Brouwer.

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