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Re:Gnumeric 0.67

 I'm curious, isn't there a way to quickly code a "datedif" function for 

> Date: Mon, 28 Jan 2008 10:19:34 -0500 
> From: Jerry Feldman <[hidden email]> 
> Subject: Gnumeric 0.67 
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> I've got both an IA64 system running RHEL 4 update 2 and some X86-64 
> systems running RHEL 4 update 3. For corporate reasons I can't update 
> the X86-64 systems to any release not approved by corporate. While I 
> can upgrade the IA64 systems, I don't have the latest releases. 
> Since the IA64 is my workstation, it would be nice if I could install 
> Gnumeric on it, but on.y 0.67 is supported, but I am unable to build it 
> because I am missing some development libraries. I have been unable to 
> locate a binary RPM for 0.67 for IA64. 
> --- 
> The reason for GNumeric is that I work with some excel spreadsheets 
> that contain the datediff() function which is not supported by 
> OpenOffice causing me to change all occurences of datedif() to 
> years().  datedif() is supported by Gnumeric. 

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