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Re: [tdf-discuss] Huge problems with big documents


Hi Georgio,

Giorgio Migliaccio wrote (07-02-13 09:07)

We’re using LibreOffice (since v2.x up to 4.0 beta) inside our
product LetterSketch, which was started 7 years ago. [...]

Good to read from you, after we've met in Gouda, last year!

[...]
Is there any kind of suggestion you can give us to overcome this
problem/limitation, since this is going to be a major showstopper for
our project.

We know that there already have been considerable memory usage improvements in LibreOffice after the making free ...

Looking at your use case, I would seriously suggest you to get in contact with a developer knowing 'that code area', or with a company sponsoring some of those guys (or girls). We have various active in TDF.

It's one of the many advantages of LibreOffice / TDF: that you can choose a route at your choise, to get improvements in. And especially when there is a interesting, big, business case, that is both healthy for your product and the LibreOffice project.

Kind regards,
Cor

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