david at davidfavor.com
Fri May 11 14:11:48 UTC 2018
Chris Jones wrote:
> LibreOffice is now the defacto standard free office application, I would
> say. It forked from OpenOffice a while back, and whilst OpenOffice is
> largely in decline, LibreOffice is far from it. For the reasons why, ask
> your favourite search engine.
> Not sure why though you are looking for a port, for either, from
> MacPorts ? What benefit do you expect from just using the installer from
> the above link. LibreOffice would be a huge build, so whilst presumably
> possible (linux distributions do it) a lot of work for someone for what
> I could see to be minimal gains...
> On 11/05/18 15:01, Dave Horsfall wrote:
>> Is there a port of OpenOffice available for the Mac? I used to use it
>> many moons ago on BSDi (a predecessor to FreeBSD), and quite liked it.
>> I'm particularly interested in using Impress, but a few searches have
>> been less than successful,
You can just use the Mac Installer from the LibreOffice site.
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