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  [SRU] libreoffice 5.4.6 for artful

Status in libreoffice package in Ubuntu:
Status in libreoffice-l10n package in Ubuntu:
Status in libreoffice source package in Artful:
  Fix Committed
Status in libreoffice-l10n source package in Artful:
  Fix Released

Bug description:

   * LibreOffice 5.4.6 is the sixth bugfix release of the still 5.4 line. 
Version 5.4.5 is currently in 17.10.
     For a list of fixed bugs compared to 5.4.5 see the list of bugs fixed in 
the RC1 and RC2:

   * Given the nature of the project, the complexity of the codebase and
  the high level of quality assurance upstream, it is preferable to SRU
  a minor release rather than cherry-pick selected bug fixes.

   * Libreoffice 5.4.6 (RC2, which is effectively the final release) has
  been available for users to test since 2018-03-21 in the official
  "LibreOffice 5.4.x" PPA

  [Test Case]

   * No specific test case, bugs fixed upstream hopefully come with
  unit/regression tests, and the release itself is extensively exercised
  upstream (both in an automated manner and manually) by a community of
  testers. This release went through 2 release candidates.

   * The libreoffice packages include autopkgtests, those should be run
  and verified to pass.

   * General smoke testing of all the applications in the office suite
  should be carried out (see

  [Regression Potential]

   * Two new minor releases with a total of 58 bug fixes always carry
  the potential for introducing regressions, even though they are
  bugfix-only releases, meaning that no new features were added, and no
  existing features were removed.

   * A combination of autopkgtests and careful smoke testing as
  described above should provide reasonable confidence that no
  regressions sneaked in.

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