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LibreOffice Rolls Out the Updates, Latest 3.3.2

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Unlike OpenOffice.org of yore, LibreOffice developers have been pumping out the updates at a rapid pace. Since the inaugural release two months ago, LibreOffice has seen two minor version updates as well as associated developmental releases. The latest, LibreOffice 3.3.2, was released just a couple of days ago.

LibreOffice 3.3, the fork of OpenOffice.org 3.x, was released on January 25 to a jubilant reception. It built upon the years of work that made OpenOffice.org an excellent office suite. Version 3.3 brought nice improvements over OpenOffice.org.

Version 3.3.1 was released on February 23 and brought some bug fixes, new icons, and extra language additions. LibreOffice 3.3.2 was released March 22. This release was primarily a stabilizing update bringing further bug fixes and code clean-ups.

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When are they going to make it do actual updates instead of requiring a full 214M download for a v0.0.2 point release patch?

LibreOffice is nice

Got Libreoffice 3.3.2 on my PCLinuxOS box a couple of days ago. It runs so much better than Open Office.

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