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Re: [tdf-discuss] Bug (??) Table deletion in Writer 4.0.2.2


On Wed, 2013-05-08 at 17:24 -0400, foberle@rcn.com wrote:

Also, by the way, I've noticed that Writer tends to bog down and
stop for a while in large documents (such as the book I'm currently
working on which is about 350 pages or so), which it didn't do in
earlier versions. Is there some sort of memory management
configuration that's changed that I should know about?

If you are willing to attach your 350-page book to the bug report, and
if you can tell us what to do to see the slowdown, then a bug report
is the way to go.  Remember, of course, that attachments to a bug
report are available to the whole world; you may not want to do that.
If you do file a bug report, please add me <lo_bugs@iseries-guru.com>
to the cc.

I do not know how bad a performance regression must be to count as a
bug.  Discussion on the developer list, "New test to automatically
importing all bugzilla documents"
<http://nabble.documentfoundation.org/New-test-to-automatically-importing-all-bugzilla-documents-td4038484.html>,
shows some interest in tracking these things.  Guidance, anyone?

Terry.



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