On Fri, 2010-11-12 at 08:43 +0930, Michael Wheatland wrote:
I think we all agree that this should happen automatically. Updating
is pretty basic functionality in any software. (Even if apple gets it
Right :-) it should 'just work'
Maybe we can consider creating an update tool to incorporate into
LibreOffice to upgrade from older OOo versions, much like Firefox or
Chromium does when updating or upgrading.
It is there; if LibreOffice doesn't start, and just bombs out when you
launch it first time (sad but true) - that means it did a silent
migration of your old data, and then exited without telling you.
That would be a good thing to improve I suppose; I'll add it to the
Easy Hacks list.
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