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Hi Christian

Christian Lohmaier (klammer) wrote
Only insofar that Portable versions are hosten on our mirror
infrastructure and are advertized/available on our download pages.

They are not produced by TDF itself.

Thanks. That is what I thought.

Christian Lohmaier (klammer) wrote
Shouldn't there be an equivalent Portable version for each stable

Portable releases always come a little after the original release, but
if there is one, it is added...

My question is related to a problem I run into today while opening an odt
created in 3.5.x and that won't open in
There is no Portable version of 3.5.6 only of 3.5.5  (released in July 12th)
However version 3.6.1 is already available (released in Sept 11th)

This leads me to think that the guys creating the Portable version are
possibly going to ignore version 3.5.7 (which is currently in rc1) in the
same way that they never released version 3.4.6

Of course any user can update the Portable install manually but it is not a
simple trivial task.

I think that for testing and because of regressions it would be good that
the Portable version would match all stable versions of each branch. Better
yet, it would be good if the last version of each branch was kept available
at the LO download site.

Just a suggestion for TDF to consider.


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