The Document Foundation has announced that the final version for LibreOffice 4.0.2 RC1 is now available for the Linux platform, bringing a lot of bug fixes and improvements.
According to The Document Foundation, starting with version 4.0.0, the LibreOffice installer files have a new naming scheme. The most important is that "LibO" is replaced by "LibreOffice" in the names – so if you use scripts to download the packages, you will have them updated to the new schema.
The new LibreOffice 4.0.2 RC1 has arrived fairly quickly after the release of 4.0.1, but it seems they've managed to squeeze quite a lot of fixes.
As a side note from the developers, the Linux packages can be installed in parallel to LibreOffice 3.6, but do not run simultaneously. Highlights of LibreOffice 4.0.2 RC1:
• Floating tables import has been fixed in writerfilter;
• The draw function show obscure characters in CDR file instead of Russian characters;
• Particular MSO2007 .docx document is no longer "shortened" (part of contents missing);
• Typing an existing style name into Style box no longer changes hierarchy of styles;
• Importing CDR files with polish characters is now possible;
• Drawings are no longer shown in the wrong position;
• All personal data is now imported during the installation from /3 User Profile;
• Conditional formatting no longer gets corrupted after deleting the contents of some cells;
• The spreadsheet is now showing the error bars;
• Send Document no longer fails when the application is installed in a directory with a space;
• Wrong shape order and coloring problems in RTF import have been fixed.
Check out the official changelog
for a complete list of updates and new features. Download LibreOffice 4.0.2 RC1
right now from Softpedia. Remember that this is a development version and it should NOT be installed on production machines. It is intended for testing purposes only.