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Re: [tdf-discuss] identifying version of soffice.bin


On Sun, 2011-08-28 at 17:15 +0200, Regina Henschel wrote:

No answer to your questions,

Then, how come I feel like my questions are answered?

                             because I have only got WinXP. But other ideas:
You find the version information in the file program\version.ini 
(Windows here). It is a textfile, so it should be easily displayed.

Thank you.  I have found install/program/versionrc, which I
can just grep to the terminal in my debug session.


You can edit the text, which is shown in the title bar of a running LO. 
This string is in share (that of top level)\registry\brand.xcd. It is 
node "Product" and therein node "ooName". So you can enter the 
information you want to see. That is shorter than opening Help>About.

Again, thank you.

Would these tips be worth mentioning in "How To Build
LibreOffice"
<http://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Development/How_to_build>
under the heading "Multiple Work Dirs"?  Is there a better
place to say these things?

Terry.



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