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LibreOffice Is Now One Of The First Major Linux Desktop Apps With A Flatpak

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  • #41
    The only part of this that actually interests me, is the part about NO JRE.
    "The LibreOffice.flatpak does not include a Java Runtime Environment (JRE). That means that some LibreOffice functionality that requires a JRE will not work."

    Cool, what is that functionality? And who is working on fixing it so that JRE can be deprecated altogether?

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    • #42
      Originally posted by droidhacker View Post
      The only part of this that actually interests me, is the part about NO JRE.
      "The LibreOffice.flatpak does not include a Java Runtime Environment (JRE). That means that some LibreOffice functionality that requires a JRE will not work."

      Cool, what is that functionality? And who is working on fixing it so that JRE can be deprecated altogether?
      Easy enough to find out with a quick search

      https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Development/Java

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      • #43
        Originally posted by RahulSundaram View Post

        Easy enough to find out with a quick search

        https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/Development/Java
        Its a useful link (thank you).

        Looks like its mainly tests, android, and hsqldb.
        tests and android are, of course, reasonable use of Java. Leaves hsqldb, which might leave a few people in a pinch if they have legacy base projects.

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        • #44
          Unless someone decides to write a conversion utility (No, I'm not volunteering for that effort) to export the DB from that format, and moves it into a more desirable one.

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