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[Bug 1510198] Re: Rebase/Reimplement Ubuntu changes upon Debian (possibly upstream them)


I don't think that hunspell-sv-se is a blocker for syncing from Debian.

Currently there are two versions of hunspell-sv-se in the Ubuntu
archive: The latest is built by libreoffice-dictionaries, but there is
also an old one built by the hunspell-sv source package. If we would
sync, both would be overridden by hunspell-sv, and that's what we want,
isn't it?

OTOH, libreoffice-dictionaries includes spellcheckers for both sv-se and
sv-fi, so we should change it in debian so it builds both hunspell-sv-se
and hunspell-sv-fi. But that can be done afterwards, if I understand it
correctly. Since I'm from Sweden, I'll be happy to help sorting out any
Swedish issues. ;)

It would be great if the sync with Debian could be done ASAP.

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  Rebase/Reimplement Ubuntu changes upon Debian (possibly upstream them)

Status in libreoffice-dictionaries package in Ubuntu:

Bug description:
  libreoffice-dictionaries hasnt been synced from Debian for a while and
  has Ubuntu-local change. Rebase/Reimplement those on Debian and
  upstream those, if possible.

  (libreoffice-dictionaries was created rather ad-hoc around 4.2 before
  Debian did, replacing the old openoffice-dictionaries, thus the
  missing updates since).

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