anshukhare50 at gmail.com
Thu Aug 20 17:11:26 UTC 2020
When I built libreoffice earlier I did some changes in the code.
I built libreoffice again using this link.
I didn't build from scratch.
I basically ran autogen.sh , /opt/lo/bin/make gb_color=1,
instdir/program/soffice.exe, and /opt/lo/bin/make vs2019-ide-integration
again on Cygwin.
Then I went to build folder in C drive of my pc. There I found
I opened it and built the debug version.
I found that the changes which were made during first build were reflected
in this built.
The changes which I made earlier in the code during my first build were
present this time as well.
I undid the changes in the code. But that didn't affect the changes in
On Thu, 20 Aug, 2020, 9:00 PM Ilmari Lauhakangas, <
ilmari.lauhakangas at libreoffice.org> wrote:
> anshu khare kirjoitti 20.8.2020 klo 18.23:
> > Hi
> > I was having my end-term exams. So I couldn't be active during that time.
> > Recently, I installed libreoffice again on windows. But when I built it,
> > I saw that the previously installed libreoffice was getting built rather
> > than the new one.
> > Could someone help me in building the newly installed libreoffice?
> > Do I have to give some specific commands in cygwin to first uninstall
> > the previous version and then install the new one for it to work
> I don't understand what you mean by talking about installing LibreOffice
> and then proceeding to build it. Are you referring to doing a
> development environment setup from scratch? Please give more details,
> the exact steps on how you got where you are now. It is impossible to
> comment otherwise.
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