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From Raphael Bircher <r.birc...@gmx.ch>
Subject Re: OOo-Dev Builds
Date Mon, 21 Nov 2011 16:59:36 GMT
Am 21.11.11 17:30, schrieb eric b:
>
> Le 21 nov. 11 à 15:19, Raphael Bircher a écrit :
>
>> Hi at all
>>
>> At the old OOo Project we have had milestones. This milestone was not 
>> installed as a normal OOo. We call them OOo-Dev Builds. The big 
>> difference between a productive OOo is the fact that the OOo-Dev 
>> build use different User directory. Normaly you can put only one OOo 
>> on a computer. OOo-dev Versions allow to run a stable and a testing 
>> version on the same computer. If the test version crash the profile 
>> you don't loos the profile of the stable version.
>>
>> I startet to make dev builds possible for the ASF builds. I have 
>> already build a Mac Dev build, but I have not found the proper and 
>> easy way to do this.
>>
>
>
> Read below
>
>
>> Link to the Build: http://people.apache.org/~rbircher/builds/
>>
>
> How to activate the home ?  I could upload Windows builds 
> (experimental, for testing purpose)
mkdir public_html ;-)
>
>
>
>
>> If sameone has hints, please don't hesitate to provide it! Thanks.
>>
>
> Reading   instsetoo_native/util/makefile.mk ,  looks like the right 
> target is "openofficedev "
>
> So, I'd try :
>
> cd instsetoo_native/util
>
> dmake openofficedev
Hmmm, nice idea too. but is it possible to build the whole build with 
this command.
>
>
> I'm sorry, I never tested, and with a currently broken perl on my 
> Tiger (must fix it, yes), so I can't test. Can you confirm it works 
> for you ?
Let's test this!

>
> P.S. : what I'm sure : dmake ooolanguagepack    => to build 
> installable languagepacks  ;-)
>
>
Looks like yes, also you can build a SDK or a X-Mas Office if you change 
the openoffice.lst ;-)

Greetings Raphael


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