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plino wrote:
All the developers agree that we should use open source compilers, and
this will happen. But it's not ready for production yet, so probably
the next few versions for Windows will still be using the Microsoft
compilers. It depends on how many people volunteer to work on that.

Thank you for your answer.

I'm looking forward to a new official build of LO and look forward to the
setup of a bug and a feature request tracker.


It would be wonderful to have a bug and feature request tracker that is more user friendly than that which was used with OOo. I gave up using it because it was so awful.

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