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Actually that does already exist, if I'm not misstaken, except it does
not do anything with uninstall the old version. But there's an alert on
the desktop that notifies the user when there's a new version (same
with extensions btw).


Le Mon, 24 Jan 2011 11:08:58 +0100,
"Jaime R. Garza" <> a écrit :

Why not make a simple solution in the meantime?

Only tell the user there is a new version, and a link to the new
version. Obviously the installable of the new version should be able
to automatically de-install the old version. That should be actually
very easy, don't you think so?


On Mon, Jan 24, 2011 at 11:09, Charles-H. Schulz <> wrote:

Hello Jaime,

Le Mon, 24 Jan 2011 10:49:03 +0100,
"Jaime R. Garza" <> a écrit :

Hello all,

for when is it planned to have Automatic Update for Windows & Mac
LibreOffice, for Linux usually makes no sense?

My opinion, the user should be able to decide if it's completely
Automatic, or they only get an info pop window, offering a one
click update.



It would be an excellent idea, and many thought about it, but the
question is how feasible it is. I'm sure it is possible but it
requires quite a lot of resources, time, etc. So don't expect it in
the 3.4...


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