because that is the version in debian testing at the moment and with the freeze we don't see many new features added.Tim-int wrote:and I'm still not clear why LibreOffice is at version 3.5
Tim-int wrote:There is some discussion at viewtopic.php?f=200&t=135428 about UP7. It even mentions Firefox which is regularly updated. I'd say it's LibreOffice which is properly updated not in Debian.
I can see that UP7 is near, it's in "incoming" repos of LMDE, as announced on viewtopic.php?f=187&t=144198.
LO there will be upgraded from 3.5.4 (UP6) to 4.0.3-3 (UP7). I would even say that's too much. Current stable LO is 3.6.7. Even LO 4.0.5 has a lot of new bugs, not to mention LO 4.1.1. As a LO user, I'd pick last supported release which is 3.6.7. now.
LO in http://packages.debian.org/testing/editors/ is currently 4.1.0-5 and there is no LO in http://packages.debian.org/experimental/editors/. LO 4.1.x is not a good choice for everyday use, so it's good it's not in UP7.
BTW very good LMDE FAQ post at viewtopic.php?f=197&t=91405.
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