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The next milestone on the way to automatically updating LibreOffice builds. You can now download automatically updating daily Windows builds.
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The next milestone on the way to automatically updating LibreOffice builds. You can now download automatically updating daily Windows builds.

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Announcing LibreOffice daily builds that will update automatically.

This is the first step on the way to automatically updating release builds.

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An short summary of 1 year with the LibreOffice crash reporter and how it helps us fix some serious issues.

Thanks to all users that contributed a crash report.

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An short summary of 1 year with the LibreOffice crash reporter and how it helps us fix some serious issues.

Thanks to all users that contributed a crash report.
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Cppunit 1.14 is available with better C++11 support, new assertion macros and support for parameterized tests.

Grab the new release at https://freedesktop.org/wiki/Software/cppunit/
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Students: get paid to work on new features in LibreOffice! Applications for the Google Summer of Code are now open – see here for the details: https://blog.documentfoundation.org/blog/2017/03/14/libreoffice-and-google-summer-of-code-2017-get-involved/
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Are you a student? Do you want to get paid to work on new LibreOffice features? Then don't miss the Google Summer of Code 2017 – applications are open very soon!

https://blog.documentfoundation.org/blog/2017/03/14/libreoffice-and-google-summer-of-code-2017-get-involved/
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More work on documenting the UI testing infrastructure. This time concentrating on the C++ introspection library inside of the LibreOffice source code.

Next step explaining the directory structure and how we want to use the UI tests to provide example pyuno code is coming soon.
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