LibreOffice Enables GTK3 VCL Plug-In Building By Default
Written by Michael Larabel in LibreOffice on 11 June 2015 at 01:48 PM EDT. 14 Comments
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LibreOffice has enabled the building of GTK3+ support by default in its latest code, but don't get too excited quite yet.

With the newest LibreOffice Git code, the GTK3 support code compiling is enabled by default. However, this is just building for the GTK3 VCL plug-in. At run-time, the GTK3 usage is still disabled by default. A --disable-gtk3 option is available for those not wanting to build with the GTK3 support.

See this Git commit for details. It's prominent though as just one more step closer to seeing a GTK3 LibreOffice environment. Over the past few months there's been lots of work on GTK3 support in LibreOffice.
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