LibreOffice 3.4.4 is available on Debian Testing and it literally flies

A few days ago he entered Debian Testing an update of LibreOffice which hit version 3.4.4 a couple of weeks ago.

So far I had not seen the need to use it, but today when I open LibreOffice Writer… .. Surprise !!! The startup speed of the application was amazing. Usually when we log in, the first time we run this Office Suite, it takes a little while to load. The menu on the toolbar is also much faster. Apparently the developers are working a lot on performance. Could it be that it depends less on Java?

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  1.   Miguel Angel G. said

    I think you misused the Literally: P.

  2.   Eduar2 said

    Wow how long did it take to put it in testing 😀

    1.    elav <° Linux said

      Between days ago, what I had not updated .. 😛

  3.   river said

    Hello, I would like to know if it could be that you would put how to put the repositories to put my Debian 6 in Testing.

    Thank you very much.

    1.    elav <° Linux said

      I would put it this way: testing main contrib non-free

      1.    nonamed said

        with main is enough

        No non-free or contrib packages installed on debian! rms would be proud.


        1.    elav <° Linux said

          What can I tell you? I have a lot of respect for RMS's work and all that it represents, but for me that guy is a bit out of the pot. Wow, what happened to him olympically.