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[tdf-discuss] Re: PDF import extension


Hi Italo, all

I do not remember any discussion about dropping PDF Import, so I assume
that the development will continue and the extension will be bundled
with LibreOffice 3.5 (as with the previous versions).

So if development continues, I suppose it means that Oracle doesn't
own it, right?

I was confused because 5 of the extensions installed with LO
(including PDF Import) still say Oracle.

TBH I don't really like "locked" extensions. I prefer to do a Custom
install, remove all Extensions and then add manually only the ones I
choose (but unlocked)

So I guess there is a chance that in the future there is a separate
PDF Import extension available in the Extension repository?

In any case it needs to be fixed to work with 3.5.0 so whoever fixes
it could package it separately ;)

--
Pedro


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