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On 2011-07-19 9:47 AM, Jesús Corrius wrote:
We can detect if there a new version installed, and then do nothing,
but the trade-off will be to make LibreOffice less reliable.

Or, you could code LibO to force a 'repair install' of the *existing*
version so that it does work fine, and only install the included version
if no other version is already installed.

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