I have no idea, if you find a version that seems to work best for you, that is the package to use (libreoffice or openOffice )
--I usually switch whenever a previously or vendor supplied oss package is under new owneraship: an example might be mysql (owned by Oracle) or even Skype now owned by Microsoft..
At the moment I use libreoffice and for me that is just fine
--being of the opinion that most users including myself do not need too many special features: in fact all I really need from a text format program is some insert capability, some spell-checking, and a few minor format options (to highlight text)
Possibly any RTF editor would be sufficient, such as wordpad (windows) or some equivalenthttp://www.howtogeek.com/112385/the-bes ... and-linux/http://genscriber.com/genappsd/rtf-editor-85.html
--that is of course the main part of an office suite i use, apart from the spreadsheet package, and as long as it works for my data, I am OK with it and them: components of a suite..))
--sometext and rtf editor programs...