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From mar...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r14808 - /dev/openoffice/4.1.2-patch1/binaries/MacOSX/MacOSX.README.txt
Date Sat, 13 Aug 2016 21:01:39 GMT
Author: marcus
Date: Sat Aug 13 21:01:39 2016
New Revision: 14808

Log:
Updated Readme file

Modified:
    dev/openoffice/4.1.2-patch1/binaries/MacOSX/MacOSX.README.txt

Modified: dev/openoffice/4.1.2-patch1/binaries/MacOSX/MacOSX.README.txt
==============================================================================
--- dev/openoffice/4.1.2-patch1/binaries/MacOSX/MacOSX.README.txt (original)
+++ dev/openoffice/4.1.2-patch1/binaries/MacOSX/MacOSX.README.txt Sat Aug 13 21:01:39 2016
@@ -1,78 +1,110 @@
-This hotfix consists of the following files:
- * The MACOSX.README.txt file you are reading
- * A repacement file, libtl.dylib, that you will need to install
- * The public signature file,libtl.dylib.asc, of the developer providing the repalcement
file.
- * LICENSE.txt file
- * NOTICE.txt file 
+General
+-------
+
+This hotfix ZIP file consists of the following files:
+
+ * LICENSE.txt		- Information about the Apache License v2
+ * MACOSX.README.txt	- The file you are reading
+ * NOTICE.txt		- Software notes
+ * libtl.dylib		- Patch file that you will need to install
+ * libtl.dylib.asc	- Public signature file of the developer who built the patch file
+
+You can use whatever GPG tools you have to verify the signature against the information provided
in the Apache OpenOffice KEYS file:
 
-You can use whatever gpg tools you have to verify the signature against the information
-provided in the Apache OpenOffice KEYS file -- 
 https://dist.apache.org/repos/dist/release/openoffice/KEYS
 
-This file contains two sets of instructions. The first (I) outlines how to
-install the new library file using a Terminal window and the command
-line. The second (II) outlines how to install the new library file
-using the Finder. Both sets of instructions assume you downloaded the zip file
-and "unzipped" it directly into Downloads. 
 
 
-I. Directions for updating the file using a Terminal window.
-	These directions assume (1) familiarity with using the command line in a Terminal window;
-	 and (2) that the user has adminstrator privileges.
+Prerequisites
+-------------
+
+Download the hotfix ZIP file to a location on your PC where it can be used and its content
extracted. In Mac OS X the typical folder is "Downloads". But you can use any other folder.
+
+
+
+Installation Instructions
+-------------------------
+
+This file contains two sets of instructions. The first (I) outlines how to install the new
library file using a Terminal window and the command line. The second (II) outlines how to
install the new library file using the Finder. Both sets of instructions assume you downloaded
the zip file and "unzipped" it directly into Downloads.
+
+I.   Using the Terminal window.
+
+I.1. Directions for updating the file using a Terminal window.
+	These directions assume (1) familiarity with using the command line in a Terminal
+	window; and (2) that the user has administrator privileges.
+
+I.2. Make sure that OpenOffice is not running.
+
+I.3. Open the Finder App (or another file manager of your choice).
+
+I.4. Determine the installation path.
+	Locate the installation path of the OpenOffice program files. The default path is
+	"/Applications/OpenOffice.app/Contents/program/").
+
+I.5. Make a backup of the existing file by renaming it.
+	Rename the old file "libtl.dylib" to "libtl.dylib.original".
+	You can keep the file "libtl.dylib.original" as a backup as long as you want.
+
+I.6. Copy the new file "libtl.dylib".
+	From the extracted ZIP file copy the file "libtl.dylib" to the
+	"/Applications/OpenOffice.app/Contents/program/" folder. You need Administrator
+	privileges for this.
+
+	In a terminal window these commands will accomplish the file copy. It is assumed
+	that you downloaded and extracted the contents of the ZIP file directly into
+	"Downloads":
+
+	$ cd ~/Downloads
+	$ sudo cp -v libtl.dylib /Applications/OpenOffice.app/Contents/program
+
+
+
+II.   Using the Finder App - or another file manager of your choice.
 
-I.1. Make sure that OpenOffice is not running.
+II.1. Directions for updating the file without using a Terminal window.
+	These instructions assume:
 
-I.2. Open the Finder App (or another file manager of your choice).
+	(1) that the user account has Administrator privileges; and
+	(2) that the file "libtl.dylib" was saved to the Downloads folder.
 
-I.3. Determine the installation path of the OpenOffice program files;
-  (the default path is "/Applications/OpenOffice.app/Contents/program/").
+II.2. In Finder select the "Go" menu on the Application menu bar (at the top of the
+      screen) and open a window to the Downloads folder.
 
-I.4. Rename the old file "libtl.dylib" to "libtl.dylib.original" to keep
-     a backup.
+II.3. In Finder open another Finder window and in the sidebar select the Applications folder:
+	Do the follwoing steps:
 
-I.5. Copy the new libtl.dylib file contained in the zip file to the OpenOffice/Contents/program
-     folder. (Administrator privileges needed.)
+	- Hold down the "Control" key and select the OpenOffice application.
+	- Select "Show Package Contents" from the drop-down menu.
 
-   In a terminal window these commands will accomplish the file copy.
+	- Open the Contents folder now displayed in the Finder window.
+	- Select and open the "program" folder displayed in the Finder window.
 
-   $ cd ~/Downloads (assuming you downloaded and the contents of the zip file directly into
Downloads)
-   $ sudo cp -v libtl.dylib /Applications/OpenOffice.app/Contents/program
+	- Scroll through the list of files shown and find "libtl.dylib".
+	- Hold down the "Control" key and select the "libtl.dylib" file.
 
+	- Select "Duplicate" from the drop-down menu.
+	  (a file named "libtl copy.dylib" is created)
+	- Select the back button "<" from the Finder window top menu.
+	  (the Finder displays the list of files and folders in the Contents folder)
 
-II. Directions for updating the file without using a Terminal window.
-    These instructions assume:
-    (1) that the user account has Administrator privileges; and
-    (2) that the file "libtl.dylib" was saved to the Downloads folder.
+II.4. Select the Finder window showing the "Downloads" folder contents.
+	Do the following steps:
 
-II.1. In the Finder select the Go menu on the Application menu bar (at
-      the top of the screen) and open a window to the Downloads folder.
+	- Hold down the "Control" key and select the "libtl.dylib" file.
+	- Select "Copy 'libtl.dylib'" from the drop-down menu.
 
-II.2. In the Finder open another Finder window and in the sidebar select
-      the Applications folder.
+	- Select the other Finder window showing the list of files in the Contents folder.
 
-   Hold down the "control" key and select the OpenOffice application.
-   Select Show Package Contents from the drop-down menu.
-   Open the Contents folder now displayed in the Finder window.
-   Select and open the "program" folder displayed in the Finder window.
-   Scroll through the list of files shown and find "libtl.dylib"
-   Hold down the "control" key and select the "libtl.dylib" file.
-   Select Duplicate from the drop-down menu.
-   ( a file named "libtl copy.dylib" is created )
-   Select the back button "<" from the Finder window top menu.
-   ( the Finder displays the list of files and folders in the Contents folder )
+	- Hold down the "Control" key and select the "program" folder.
+	- Select "Paste Item" from the drop-down menu.
 
-II.3. Now select the Finder window showing the "Downloads" folder contents.
+	- A window appears with the message:
 
-   Hold down the "control" key and select the "libtl.dylib" file.
-   Select 'Copy "libtl.dylib"' from the drop-down menu.
+	  "An older item named "libtl.dylib" already exists in this location. Do you want to
+	  replace it with the newer one you're moving?"
 
-   Select the other Finder window showing the list of files in the Contents folder.
+	- Select the "Replace" button.
 
-   Hold down the "control" key and select the "program" folder.
-   Select "Paste Item" from the drop-down menu.
+Now the patch work is done and you can exit any opened Terminal window and Finder.
 
-   A window appears with the message:
-   An older item named "libtl.dylib" already exists in this
-   location. Do you want to replace it with the newer one you're
-   moving?
-   Select the "Replace" button.
+Start Apache OpenOffice as you normally would as a non-privileged user.



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