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16,384 columns in spreadsheets • Better change tracking • Document themes in presentations

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Winners in the Month of LibreOffice, November 2022!

At the start of November, we began a new Month of LibreOffice, celebrating community contributions all across the project. We do these every six months – so how many people got sticker packs this time? Check it out… 307 Awesome work, everyone! Hundreds of people, all across the globe, have helped out in our projects […]

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Getting Started Guide 7.4 and Impress Guide 7.4 Available for Download

The LibreOffice Documentation Team announces the immediate availability of the Impress Guide 7.4 and Getting Started Guide 7.4 The Impress Guide 7.4 was coordinated by Peter Schofield and revised by Kees Kriek. The guide is available in PDF as well as in ODF formats. An online version is available in the bookshelf website. The Getting […]

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node-firebird driver status for Firebird Advent 2022

node-firebird status for Firebird Advent 2022 https://qiita.com/advent-calendar/2022/firebird also for  Javascript Advent https://qiita.com/advent-calendar/2022/javascriptThis year we have seen several releases with a few features and changes :Version 1.1.0 Changes : Srp implementation by @maratth in #242Add optional callback for pool destroy by @Tomas2D in #244Set protocolVersion as optional in

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gbuild: LibreOffice build system – part 1

LibreOffice uses a build system called gbuild which uses GNU Make. Migrating from the old build system to gbuild started in the OpenOffice days, but the migration took a while and a lot of effort, finishing around LibreOffice 4.1.

This LibreOffice build system uses GNU Make, P[…]

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