i really surprised to find alpha version, after 5 years since last build (in 2018). did lo allocated resources for android version also? wondering how much frequently does it updated?
Yeah, I saw it today and was wondering the same. Seems to be working fine, though a bit laggy when loads a file, still does good.
Read Michael Weghorn’s comments here: Update LibreOffice Viewer to 220.127.116.11.alpha0+/d6c54b3d4ee7 (!12380) · Merge requests · F-Droid / Data · GitLab
@Licaon_Kter @vdbhb59 interesting… libreoffice/core - main, development code repository didnt show much (perhaps my expectations sky rocketted) anyhow its good to see something & definitely better than nothing
Hmm, took some time, but resolved to a lot. Glad to have it back here tbvh.
Completely true. At least better than other ones out there, and this one is on FD, so even better.
great, took responsibility to sort out any issue with build process (i think?) lo devs were also not interseted not to dump android version yet…
to keep it to relevant, users must use it more & use bugzilla with issues encountered…
as a start i will download & use it for reading:
- Open Document Format (odt, ods and odp)
- Microsoft Office 2007/2010/2013 (docx, xlsx and pptx)
- Microsoft Office 97/2000/XP/2003 (doc, xls and ppt)
What is bugzilla? If it is a bug report website, is it only for libreoffice on android? If not, what other android programs can one use it for? Is it just as complicated to report bugs like on github?
its bug tracking system
read Bugzilla - Wikipedia
no, it is not specific to any operating system, however it is specific to libreoffice project