I have on my post several versions of OOo : 1.1.5, 2.4.2, 3.2.1
The install of LibO took over seamlessly (without question)
the user profile of 3.2.1
This raises several questions:
- Libo should it propose the resumption of an existing profile OOo (but IMHO yes
what about possible conflict of extensions)?
- If so the choice should be offered (if multiple versions)
(IMHO not necessary: resumption of the latest version)
- In any event the recovery must be interactive (may be
May be related with : https://bugs.freedesktop.org/show_bug.cgi?id=31702
Sorry I wrote : "I have on my post several versions of OOo".
It is a gallicism I should write : "I have on my PC several versions of OOo"...
[Reproducible] with "LibreOffice 3.3.0Beta3 - WIN XP DE [OOO330m9 (build 184.108.40.206)]"
I doubt that this will cause problems, because LibO does not use OOo 3.x user profile, but creates a new one (under WIN).
I asked for some hints in the WIKI
I am pretty sure that this behaviour (or at least the Enhancement) might be Installer related and because of that OS related, so
Please contribute Information concerning your OS
You can opt out of auto-migration via setting the SAL_DISABLE_USERMIGRATION
environment variable. LibO already tries migrating the newest OOo version first
(see officecfg/registry/data/org/openoffice/Setup.xcu's VersionIdentifiers
element for the specific order).
That leaves the question whether the config migration should be interactive -
it was decided that this is something that would confuse the vast majority of
the users on first start, so the default is to migrate the newest OOo config
(and opt-out via the expert option mentioned above).
for the start of the discussion.
I also believe that the current behaviour meets with needs for 99% of users, for resting 1% we can think about some selections in custom installation - with very low priority.
> @pierre-yves samy:
> Please contribute Information concerning your OS
Sorry, I indeed forgot to mention my operating system : Windows XP SP3
> See http://lists.freedesktop.org/archives/libreoffice/2010-October/000846.html
> for the start of the discussion.
thank you for the link