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Re: Open Office in unstable?



Hi ... 

On Thu, Mar 07, 2002 at 02:27:41PM -0800, Mike Fedyk wrote:
>Are there any plans to get open office into unstable?  (I know there is
>no chance to get it into woody...)

Into woody ... there is no doupt, that we do not get it into woody.

I think, we will get it into unstable within the next weeks, but it will
come into contrib or nonfree :(

The build depends on java and a small lib, called libgcpl. 
If we are able leave them out, OpenOffice will come into main.

We can use gcj instead of java, but I did not found any dfsg
complient lib similar to gcpl.

I think, it has to be rewritten, but who will do it?

But these are thinks, we have to work on it after successfull building
the whole package.

	Regards
		Jan

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