[BUILD] Which license do I need to build a professional edition of LibreOffice (4.0.x/4.1.x) of windows ?

Gay, Matthieu matthieu.gay at capgemini.com
Wed Oct 9 17:04:44 CEST 2013


It's not for myself it's for my client who wants a 4.0.6 edition of libreoffice professionaly usable.

Sometimes we need to rebuild to add some backport or patch.

By example there is a blocking bug for our client here:


De : Jonathan Aquilina [eagles051387 at gmail.com]
Envoyé : mercredi 9 octobre 2013 16:46
À : Gay, Matthieu
Cc : LibreOffice dev
Objet : Re: [BUILD] Which license do I need to build a professional edition of LibreOffice (4.0.x/4.1.x) of windows ?

I am not understanding the end goal. You are basically duplicating efforts here and just reinventing the wheel.

What would be interesting to know is what is missing in the versions from the LO site that you want to custom build for yourself.

On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 4:34 PM, Gay, Matthieu <matthieu.gay at capgemini.com<mailto:matthieu.gay at capgemini.com>> wrote:

Hello, I still have problem to build under windows, but I wanted to know, what do I need to build LibreOffice (4.0.x/4.1.x) entirely as the original available in the website.

First can you confirm that I need a certificate to sign the DLL and a license of Visual Studio 12 (without I can't build ATL and ActiveX modules).

Which version of Windows is the best? Do I need a pro version or a familial one?

Thanks for your answer, if you find others license/not free component (in cygwin dependency or Microsoft tools by example) don't hesitate to tell me.

Matthieu GAY.

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