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Revision 1.9 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Dec 6 00:27:33 2022 UTC (12 months ago) by gutteridge
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libreoffice5-bin: this also conflicts with libreoffice6-bin

Revision 1.8 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sun Nov 3 17:04:23 2019 UTC (4 years, 1 month ago) by rillig
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misc: align variable assignments

pkglint -Wall -F --only aligned --only indent -r

No manual corrections.

Revision 1.7 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Feb 21 05:56:57 2019 UTC (4 years, 9 months ago) by tsutsui
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libreoffice5-bin: update to 5.4.7.

LibreOffice 5.x is already EOFed and newer 6.x Linux binaries
seems almost working with several changes (avahi packages etc.),
but it's still worth to update this to the latest 5.x version
to test COMPAT_LINUX(8) and emulators/suse_* packages.

Upstream changes (not bother to quote into commit log):
 https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/ReleaseNotes/5.2
 https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/ReleaseNotes/5.3
 https://wiki.documentfoundation.org/ReleaseNotes/5.4

Revision 1.6 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sun Jan 14 10:16:29 2018 UTC (5 years, 10 months ago) by wiz
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libreoffice5-bin: follow redirect

Revision 1.5 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Tue Jan 24 01:21:51 2017 UTC (6 years, 10 months ago) by kamil
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Add required files/ by libreoffice5-bin after removal of libreoffice4-bin

Verbatim copy of libreoffice4-bin/files to libreoffice5-bin/files.

This fixes the package.

Revision 1.4 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Fri Mar 4 00:34:23 2016 UTC (7 years, 9 months ago) by youri
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Include desktop-file-utils/desktopdb.mk when there are desktop files.

Revision 1.3 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Thu Mar 3 23:22:34 2016 UTC (7 years, 9 months ago) by youri
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Add desktop files, making it easier for users to launch the programs.

Revision 1.2 / (download) - annotate - [select for diffs], Sun Feb 14 19:54:47 2016 UTC (7 years, 9 months ago) by ryoon
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Update to 5.1.0

Changelog:
New features:
Writer:
Spelling dialog no longer automatically closes once spellcheck is complete. tdf#79312 (Marek Dolezel)
Widow/Orphan paragraph text-flow enabled by default for new documents. tdf#89714 (SIL)
Hide Whitespace option added to View menu tdf#39080 (Ashod Nakashian, Collabora)
Outline split button available in formatting toolbar, but hidden by default tdf#95403 (Maxim Monastirsky)
While in print preview mode to jump a specific page, the only thing you have to do to enter the page number on the numeric field in the toolbar. tdf#80657 (Gülah Köse)

Calc:
New commands to add rows below and columns right. (Philippe Jung)
Formula Wizard shows the values of parameters and results on the Structure page. (Benjamin Ni)
Statistics regression: linear, logarithmic, power: Add a new statistics dialog for calculating regression. tdf#74667 commit (Tomaz Vajngerl, Collabora)
Organize sheet level context menus. commit (Yousuf Philips)
PNG export in LibreOffice Calc was added, as in Writer and Impress. blog entry (Miklos Vajna, Collabora)
Option to search formatted display strings using find bar and also "Find & Replace" dialog. tdf#48456 (Dennis Francis)
INDIRECT function: better compatibility for legacy OOo documents, improved interoperability with Excel tdf#92256,tdf#93688 (Katarina Behrens, CIB)
Custom number formats with question mark in decimal part (such as 0.???), to get decimal alignment without '0', are now saved in ODF tdf#40517 (Laurent BP)

Formula engine:
Table structured references

tdf#85063 (Eike Rathke, Red Hat)

    The following restrictions of Table structured references that were present in 5.0 were addressed:
        The column names must not be present as cell content in the table's header row any more; column-header-less tables are now supported.
            For this, for new database ranges without header cells or with empty header cell content, internal names are generated, for example Column1, Column2, ...
            Internal names are imported from OOXML spreadsheet documents and continue to function in formula expressions.
        Saving to OOXML, structured references are now written (not transformed to A1 notation any more) and the table context is maintained.
        Saving to OOXML, the defined database ranges are now exported as <table> elements.
    Modifying header cell content updates the internal table column names.
        When deleting header cell content, formulas referring the column name continue to function and are still editable using the previous name.
        When duplicating header cell content, duplicated column names internally are numbered. For example, having two FooBar header cells the column names will be FooBar and FooBar2. This is
automatically reflected in existing formula expressions.
        When inserting columns within a table, numbered column names are internally generated for empty header cells, starting with the column number within the table. For example, inserting two
columns before the third column of a table the generated names are Column3 and Column4.
            The generated column names are updated if text is entered in such an empty cell.
        All internal column names are unique within one table, which is reflected when displaying existing formula expressions.

Sticky end column/row anchors

tdf#92779 (Eike Rathke, Red Hat)

    For range references that encompass at least two columns or rows where the end reference points to the last column or row, i.e. AMJ or 1048576, the end column or row is sticky now and not moved
when inserting or deleting columns or rows.
    When inserting columns or rows and updating a reference the end reference would be shifted out of the sheet bounds, the reference is anchored at the last column or row instead of generating a
#REF! error.
        For example a reference B2:B1048575 when inserting two rows will be updated to B2:B1048576.
        The column or row will become sticky then, in the example row 1048576.
    A reference like B1048576:C1048576 does not have a sticky end row anchor, because only one row is referenced.

Compatibility with ODF 1.2

Function WEEKNUM strictly complies with ODF 1.2 function definition and ISOWEEKNUM has been introduced. tdf#50950 (Winfried Donkers + Eike Rathke)

    In the UI the WEEKNUM_ADD function has been renamed to WEEKNUM_EXCEL2003 to point out it exists for interoperability of documents created with Microsoft Excel.
        Importing such documents created with older Microsoft Excel versions map the WEEKNUM function to WEEKNUM_EXCEL2003
        Saving to ODF or OOXML writes WEEKNUM, older LibreOffice and OpenOffice.org release map that to WEEKNUM_ADD.
        For new documents the WEEKNUM function should be used.
    WEEKNUM now supports all arguments of the second parameter as defined in ODF OpenFormula (ODFF), see http://docs.oasis-open.org/office/v1.2/os/OpenDocument-v1.2-os-part2.html#WEEKNUM
    The ISOWEEKNUM function has been implemented to calculate the week number according to ISO 8601, see http://docs.oasis-open.org/office/v1.2/os/OpenDocument-v1.2-os-part2.html#ISOWEEKNUM
    WEEKNUM_OOO provides compatibility with older LibreOffice and OpenOffice.org releases for cases that can not be mapped to WEEKNUM or ISOWEEKNUM as defined in the standard, specifically if the
mode argument is 1 the old WEEKNUM implementation returned a week number calculated as if it was an ISO 8601 calculation but with the week starting on Sunday instead of Monday. This is not covered by
any standard.
        Not offered in the Function Wizard to prevent accidental use. Use it only if interoperability with older LibreOffice or OpenOffice.org releases is required.
        Currently still saved wrongly as ISOWEEKNUM with 2 parameters for interoperability with older LibreOffice or OpenOffice.org releases.
    be changed in future for release 5.3 and the function will be saved as ORG.LIBREOFFICE.WEEKNUM_OOO, the current 5.1 release is already enabled to read that.

Impress and Draw:

    Slide navigation and sorting commands were added with corresponding shortw appears in a different background color to normal view. tdf#87905 (Katarina Behrens, CIB)
    KDE, XFCE, and Mate ScreenSavers are now also inhibited when presenting (Andrzej Hunt).

Impress Mode selection

Several modes were active in Impress:

    Pag Master to edit Notes container
    Plan to sketch a presentation
    Handout to define the handout format
    Slide sorter to organise presentation

It was hard to navigate between Master / non master modes. Tabs above the working area were jumping right and left, consuming screen space.

Now, two toolbox icons have been added:

    one to toggle Tab bar visibility. It is hidden by default. Clicking the toggle disables the new Mode Selection tool and restores the previous behaviour.
    one to Select the Working mode among the 7 modes listed above. It is divided in two zones: top zone is regular mode (dealing with content of the presentation), bottom zone is the Master mode
(dealing with container).

Slide Design

Slide Design dialog in Slide Slide Design now affects all selected (standard) slides. (Caolán McNamara, Red Hat)
Equalize Width/Height

When multiple objects are selected, the right click context menu Shapes submenu now supports Equalize Width and Equalize Height which adjusts the width/height of the selected objects to the
width/height of the last selected object. (Caolán McNamara, Red Hat)

Save Background Image

Right clicking a slide now supports saving a background image to file, this matches the pre-existing set background image option. (Caolán McNamara, Red Hat)

View/Edit Control Points

The Shape Properties dialog for enhanced shapes now lists and enables editing the control points. This is in addition to the preexisting mechanism of selecting with the mouse the yellow control
handle of the shape, but enables viewing and fine control over the control values. (Caolán McNamara, Red Hat)

Presenter Console

There is now a button on the presenter console to restart the timer of the slideshow without restarting the slideshow itself (see this blog entry) (Miklos Vajna, Collabora; Andreas Kainz)

OpenGL Transitions

All OpenGL transitions have been ported to OpenGL 2.1+, which removes support for very old GPUs but allows a better usage of modern ones. Four new transitions have been added and exploit these new
available features. (Emmanuel Gil Peyrot, Collabora; Tomaž Vajngerl, Collabora)

Math:

    Autoclosing brackets is optional now tdf#43090

Import MathML from Clipboard

(Regina Henschel)

    The tool ׮ath Input Panelin Windows or the context menu of a formula in a browser allow to copy the MathML source to clipboard. The Math module in LibreOffice has got a new item תmport MathML
from Clipboardin menu Tools to import such source and convert it into LibreOffice own formula syntax StarMath.

MathML and StarMath have some differences and therefore sometimes corrections on the imported formula are needed, but most of the formula should be correct. If a conversion is not possible, nothing
happens.

The import expects, that a <math> element exists, which has an attribute xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1998/Math/MathML";.

Base:
Ancient SeaMonkey based mozab driver was only used on Windows 32 bit and is removed now. This functionality is replaced with mork driver, that supports Thunderbird address book.

Given that SeaMonkey based mozab driver also provided Outlook and Outlook Express address book integration, that Windows 32 bit only feature is lost for now. Note that Windows 64 bit never supported
ancient SeaMonkey based mozab driver.

Chart:
Trend Line

    Exponential and Power trend lines accept negative Y values tdf#70673 (Laurent BP)
    Improve equation rendering by removing some useless 1: (Laurent BP)
        polynomial: f(x) = 1x^2 + 1x +1 => f(x) = x^2 + x +1

Core:

Unicode character input with Alt+X

Some Windows applications, such as Microsoft Word and WordPad, permit the user to input arbitrary Unicode characters by typing an hexadecimal code point (for example, 2026 for  and then pressing
Alt+X. LibreOffice now includes this functionality as well. (Note: This feature adds to the long-existing, equivalent Linux/GTK functionality of pressing Ctrl+Shift+U+hexadecimal code point.)
tdf#73691 (SIL)

Details:

    Toggles (switches back and forth) between the character before the cursor and its Unicode notation.
    Intelligently handles combining characters, expanding the entire character immediately.
    Selection is not necessary, but if used will limit the input to those characters. (Draw/Impress/Calc have the final result selected, but not Writer.)
    Handles all 16 Unicode planes
    Available in Writer, Draw, Impress, Calc and Math.
    Re-assignable keyboard shortcut: Tools Customize Keyboard Category:Options Function:Toggle Unicode Notation. Defaults to Alt+X assigned at the global level. (Alt+C used for
Basque/Dutch/Galician/German/Brazilian-Portugese locales and Command+Option+X used for MacOS).

WebDav Improvements

    Better LOCK/UNLOCK support tdf#82744 (Giuseppe Castagno)
    Support a (https-like) non-standard vnd.sun.star.webdavs URL scheme in addition to the non-standard (http-like) vnd.sun.star.webdav scheme, core commit d3de490437df4c9093f32e97fc185066d64c0f46
(Stephan Bergmann, Red Hat)

Filters:
New import filters

    Gnumeric is now an officially supported import format (does not work on Windows) (It was supported as part of the experimental features for some time) (Markus Mohrhard)
    Microsoft Write (.wri files) can now be imported, via libwps. (Sean Young)
    Apple Keynote 6 files can now be imported, via libetonyek. tdf#88682 (David Tardon, Red Hat)

Improvements in OpenXML filter

    Export of the modified VBA stream back to binary Microsoft formats and OOXML (Rosemary Sebastian, Markus Mohrhard)
        There is a new configuration value that allows to control whether to use this feature (by default yes) or switch back to the old behavior of discarding or writing back the unchanged stream
        The following features are not yet (completely) supported: Protected macros, macro sheets, active x and some of the designer features.
    Improved export of embedded objects to DOCX and PPTX, including export of Math formulas (Michael Stahl, Red Hat)
    Numerous other improvements to the Microsoft OOXML import and export filters, the Microsoft Office binary file formats and the RTF format. Details:
        OOXML Filters OOXML, DOCX, XLSX, PPTX, VML, drawingML
        Microsoft Office binary file filters DOC, XLS, PPT, "ww8"
        RTF Filters RTF

Improvements in MS Visio filter

    Implement overriding of colour of lines and of text from layer properties and the visibility and/or printability of a layer. tdf#50309, tdf#68392 (Fridrich Strba)
    Fix incorrect handling of stencil text. tdf#90154 (Fridrich Strba)
    Basic initial implementation of hatch fill. tdf#44552, tdf#76835 (Fridrich Strba)
    Implement support of bullets/lists. tdf#92349 (Fridrich Strba)
    Implement support of default tab-stops and custom tab-sets in paragraph properties. (Fridrich Strba)
    Instead of line-break, spit out a new paragraph when a paragraph break is found. (Fridrich Strba)
    Initial emulation of line rounding property. (tdf#90603) (Fridrich Strba)
    VSDX theme color import fix (tdf#92270) (Andras Timar, Collabora)
    fix VSDX char background handling (tdf#92271) (Andras Timar, Collabora)

Improvements in CorelDRAW filter

    Do not drop empty text lines. tdf#67873 (David Tardon)

GUI:
    In dialog Tools Options LibreOffice View was added displays the current status OpenGL: Enabled or Disabled

Reorganization of the menus

The main menus in Writer, Calc and Impress were reorganized to improve usability, group similar functions together, add functions that were not present and sorting items based on their usage and
importance. blog entry

    Reorganization of the menus in Writer, including the addition of a Styles menu tdf#91781 (Yousuf Philips)

    Reorganization of the menus in Calc, including the addition of a Sheet menu tdf#91820 (Yousuf Philips)

Remote Files Dialog

    In Start screen and menu File was added item Open remote files for opening file on remote resources such as Google Drive, OneDrive, SharePoint, etc.
    In menu File was added item Save to remote server for saving file on remote resources such as Google Drive, OneDrive, SharePoint, etc.
    Blog entry

Sidebar

    Sidebar Deck and Panel states are saved between sessions tdf#67770 (Laurent Godard)

    Reorganize the Area content panel found in the Properties deck. tdf#90078 (Rishabh Kumar, Yousuf Philips)

To left section Area in Libreoffice 5.0, to right - in LibreOffice 5.1

    Reorganize the Line content panel found in the Properties deck. tdf#89543 (Rishabh Kumar, Yousuf Philips, Katarina Behrens [CIB])

To left section Line in Libreoffice 5.0, to right - in LibreOffice 5.1

    Creation of a Shadow content panel found in the Properties deck in Calc, Impress and Draw. tdf#87702 (Rishabh Kumar, Yousuf Philips)

New section Shadow in Sidebar in LibreOffice 5.1

    Addition of new contour and spacing controls to the Wrap content panel in Writer. core commit 30c2ae28eecb3f1a4454784974c0c2bffc60334e tdf#93775 (Rishabh Kumar, Yousuf Philips)

To left section Wrap in Libreoffice 5.0, to right - in LibreOffice 5.1

    Increase and decrease font size buttons added to sidebar properties pane in Calc. tdf#86179 (Maxim Monastirsky)

On top - section Character in Calc 5.0, from below - in Calc 5.1

    Cell reference edge added to alignment section of sidebar in Calc. tdf#91802 (Rishabh Kumar)

    Cell styles added to properties pane in Calc. tdf#73071 (Rishabh Kumar, Yousuf Philips, Maxim Monastirsky)

    Grouped Slide Transitions for easy selection and added icon based selection palette to Sidebar in Impress tdf#36946 (Tor Lillqvist, Collabora; Michael Meeks, Collabora; Andreas Kainz, Yousuf
Philips)

Section Slide Transition in Impress 5.1

    New Chart sidebar tdf#91063 (Markus Mohrhard, Yousuf Philips, Heiko Tietze)
        Some limitations still apply

    Image flip buttons are now available in Writer also (Samuel Mehrbrodt [CIB])

    Icons now honor RTL/Vertical Text settings and rotate/flip accordingly, as in the toolbar. tdf#85767 (Samuel Mehrbrodt [CIB])

    An "AutoCorrect Options" item has been added in the spell checking context menu. Users can now directly enter the autocorrect replacement table when there's no satisfying suggestion in the
"Always correct to" submenu. tdf#92341 (Yousuf Philips, Samuel Mehrbrodt [CIB])

    The Spelling Dialog now has a toolbar for pasting and inserting special characters. tdf#95682 (Caolán McNamara, Red Hat, Inc.)

Linux/Gtk

    Enable auto-accelerator behaviour for gtk tdf#92630 (Simon Long, Raspberry Pi)

Localization:
New languages/locales with locale data

Available as default document language and for locale specific formatting.

    Added locale data for Arabic [ar-BH] [ar-IQ] [ar-JO] [ar-LY] [ar-MA] [ar-QA] [ar-SY] [ar-YE]. tdf#95485 (Ghasan Al-Sakkaf and Eike Rathke)

Improvements to proofing tools and language support

    Proofing tools for German language (de-AT, de-CH, de-DE) have been largely improved (tdf#96782):
        The spell-check dictionary now contains over 250,000 words. The new version adds over 20,000 new words.
        The thesaurus now contains over 135,000 words in over 35,000 meaning groups. The new version adds ~ 35,000 new words.
        The hyphenation patterns have been updated and contain an improved exception list.
    Updated Slovenian thesaurus (Martin Srebotnjak)
    New Guarani (gug-PY) thesaurus (Giovanni Caligaris and Olivier Hallot)
    Updated Hungarian spell-check dictionary (tdf#95024), major update, implemented the spelling reform defined by the 12th edition of Rules of Hungarian Spelling (by the Hungarian Academy of
Science, 2015) (László Németh, Collabora)
    Updated Greek spell-check dictionary (tdf#94415)
    Updated Portuguese (pt-PT) spell-check dictionary
    Updated Swedish spell-check dictionary
    Updated Spanish spellcheck dictionary (Ricardo Palomares)

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