LeenO - 3.13.1

Corretto Il Riconoscimento Del Nome Dei File Sotto Linux, In Importazione/Esportazione Del Formato Xpwe.

Release Details

Mai la vita di una versione fu cosi' breve, ma quando necessita' impone… Non e' del tutto vero. E infatti ricordo di una versione di OpenOffice.org a cui segui', appena poche ore dopo, un nuovo rilascio per un problema bloccante sulle stampe. Del resto il feedback diretto e' uno dei punti di forza del Free Software, e per questo ne fa un vero e proprio prodotto a chilometri zero. Come volevasi dimostrare, il gruppo su Telegram dedicato a LeenO ha portato immediatamente i suoi frutti. Cosi' A. Vallortigara, uno degli utenti LeenO più affezionati, ha prontamente segnalato la presenza di un bug che impediva il corretto riconoscimento del nome dei file sotto Linux, utilizzando proprio le funzioni di importazione/esportazione del formato XPWE. Ho subito colto la palla al balzo ed ho approfittato per convertire in Python anche la parte di codice Basic deputata alla gestione delle categorie del computo metrico.

License(s)

LGPL-v2.1 (GNU Lesser General Public License Version 2.1), LGPL-v2.1 (GNU Lesser General Public License Version 2.1), LGPL-v2.1 (GNU Lesser General Public License Version 2.1)

Compatibility

LibreOffice 4.3, LibreOffice 4.4, LibreOffice 5.0

Changelog

* Risolto che in Linux impediva il riconoscimento del nome file da XPWE import/export. * Tradotto in Python il sistema di gestione delle categorie. * Eliminate porzioni di codice Basic. * Risolti bug minori.

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