Re: [tdf-discuss] Why a school not migrate to libreoffice
Le mer. 14 nov. 2018 à 23:49, Michael Meeks
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On 14/11/2018 22:10, Jérôme Bardot wrote:
The fact is they do research and like every research there is math and
math need 2 things number (int, float, etc) and formula.
And when they migrate all already used formula were broken. And if i
understand well some of results become false.
Anecdotes like this are extraordinarily frustrating for developers,
unless they are accompanied by verifiable facts - such ass version,
platform, OS, formulae and ideally a test file. With those we can fix
things and unit test them to make sure they don't come back again.
I know that but most of people are too lazy for do real feedback when
this kind of issue occurs.
That for why you have anecdotes instead of real bug report.
But i prefer write an anecdote instead of nothing.
This story happened several years ago i don’t know what is the state
of formula in calc today.
We improve our function & test coverage significantly over time - so
hopefully much improved =) but it would be nice to be sure by having had
a good, contemporary bug report.
I have to deploy a collabora with nextcloud soon, i hope i can
retrieve some formula to do some tests.
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