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7.3.2 | Updated: 05 Apr 2022



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LibreOffice Fresh 7.3.2

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choco upgrade libreoffice-fresh -y --source="'INTERNAL REPO URL'" --version="'7.3.2'" [other options]

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choco upgrade libreoffice-fresh -y --source="'INTERNAL REPO URL'" --version="'7.3.2'" 

Write-Verbose "Exit code was $exitCode"
$validExitCodes = @(0, 1605, 1614, 1641, 3010)
if ($validExitCodes -contains $exitCode) {
  Exit 0

Exit $exitCode

- name: Install libreoffice-fresh
    name: libreoffice-fresh
    version: '7.3.2'
    state: present

See docs at

chocolatey_package 'libreoffice-fresh' do
  action    :install
  source   'INTERNAL REPO URL'
  version  '7.3.2'

See docs at

cChocoPackageInstaller libreoffice-fresh
    Name     = "libreoffice-fresh"
    Version  = "7.3.2"
    Source   = "INTERNAL REPO URL"

Requires cChoco DSC Resource. See docs at

package { 'libreoffice-fresh':
  ensure   => '7.3.2',
  provider => 'chocolatey',
  source   => 'INTERNAL REPO URL',

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LibreOffice is the free power-packed Open Source personal productivity suite for Windows, macOS and Linux, that gives you six feature-rich applications for all your document production and data processing needs.


  • This package relies on the update service provided by The Document Foundation to determine new updates. As their policy is to distribute to their website immediately and to the update service after 1 to 2 weeks, there will be a delay between a new software update and a new version release of the package.
  • This package installs LibreOffice Fresh which is the stable version of LibreOffice with the most recent bleeding-edge features. This version is recommended for technology enthusiasts, early adopters or power users. For more conservative users or for deployments in enterprise or corporate environments, it is recommended to install libreoffice-still instead.
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$ErrorActionPreference = 'Stop'

$toolsDir = "$(Split-Path -parent $MyInvocation.MyCommand.Definition)"
. $toolsDir\helpers.ps1

$packageArgs = @{
  packageName            = 'libreoffice-fresh'
  version                = '7.3.2'
  fileType               = 'msi'
  url                    = ''
  url64bit               = ''
  checksum               = '05892f2b496ef70e0507fd9a9decf591eda99bb153489513311b827434be95d7'
  checksum64             = 'f883840d2f5ec5e11aa58e8ffdab076e470c475f4092c49d63cf57eb8271fcea'
  checksumType           = 'sha256'
  checksumType64         = 'sha256'
  silentArgs             = '/qn /passive /norestart /l*v "{0}"' -f "$($env:TEMP)\$($env:ChocolateyPackageName).$($env:ChocolateyPackageVersion).MsiInstall.log"
  validExitCodes         = @(0,3010)
  softwareName           = 'LibreOffice*'

if (-not (IsUrlValid $packageArgs.url)) {
  $exactVersion = GetLibOExactVersion $packageArgs.version
  $packageArgs.url = $exactVersion.Url32
  $packageArgs.url64bit = $exactVersion.Url64

Install-ChocolateyPackage @packageArgs
# Send a generic request to the LibreOffice update service
function GetLatestVersionFromLibOUpdateChecker($userAgent) {
  $url = ""
  $request = [System.Net.WebRequest]::Create($url)
  $request.UserAgent = $userAgent
  $s = $request.GetResponse().GetResponseStream()
  $sr = New-Object -TypeName System.IO.StreamReader($s)
  [xml]$xmlAnswer = $sr.ReadToEnd()
  return $xmlAnswer.description.version

# Send a request to the LibreOffice update service to get the latest Still
# version
function GetLatestStillVersionFromLibOUpdateChecker() {
  # We are taking the build UUID of 3.5.7. This is needed because the update
  # service is determining which branch to take depending on the third dot
  # number. If the latest fresh release has a third dot number greater or
  # equal to the third dot number we specified (here 7), the fresh branch is
  # returned, otherwise this is the Still branch.
  # src.:
  return GetLatestVersionFromLibOUpdateChecker "LibreOffice 0 (3215f89-f603614-ab984f2-7348103-1225a5b; Chocolatey; x86; )"

# Send a request to the LibreOffice update service to get the latest fresh
# version
function GetLatestFreshVersionFromLibOUpdateChecker() {
  # We are taking the build UUID of here for the same explanation
  # as before.
  return GetLatestVersionFromLibOUpdateChecker "LibreOffice 0 (b6c8ba5-8c0b455-0b5e650-d7f0dd3-b100c87; Chocolatey; x86; )"

# Get all the links from a MirrorBrain instance without the copyright
# and owner links
function GetAllBuildsFromMirrorBrainUrl($url) {
  $request = [System.Net.WebRequest]::Create($url)
  $s = $request.GetResponse().GetResponseStream()
  $sr = New-Object -TypeName System.IO.StreamReader($s)
  $answer = $sr.ReadToEnd()
  [xml]$xmlAnswer = [System.Net.WebUtility]::HtmlDecode($answer)
  $linksArray =  $xmlAnswer.GetElementsByTagName("a")
  # ? outputs all items that conform with condition (here: TryParse returning
  # a boolean). As if it was "foreach { if (...) {return ... } }"
  # The returned values are still a string that must be parsed to a Version object.
  return @($linksArray | ForEach-Object href | ForEach-Object {$_ -Split '/' } | Where-Object { [version]::TryParse($_, [ref]($__)) })

function GetBuildHashFromMirrorBrainUrl($url) {
  if ([string]::IsNullOrEmpty($url)) {
    return $null

  # We are not using the $url/sha256 suffix because that file is missing
  # from downloadarchive :/
  $request = [System.Net.WebRequest]::Create("$url.sha256")
  $s = $request.GetResponse().GetResponseStream()
  $sr = New-Object -TypeName System.IO.StreamReader($s)
  $answer = $sr.ReadToEnd()

  return $answer.Split(" ")[0]

function IsUrlValid($url) {
  try {
    [System.Net.HttpWebRequest]$request = [System.Net.WebRequest]::Create($url)
    $request.Method = "HEAD"
    # GetResponse raises a WebException when an error occurred.
    $response = $request.GetResponse()
    $status = [int]$response.StatusCode
    if ($status -eq 200) {
      return $true
    } else {
      return $false
  } catch {
    return $false

# Get correspondance between release and build versions
# e.g. 6.2.0 =>
function BuildLibOReleasesToBuildsMapping($builds) {

  $mapping = New-Object -TypeName System.Collections.Specialized.OrderedDictionary  
  $buildVersion = New-Object -TypeName System.Version

  # The last one is never populated, prevent this by adding one additional
  # different item in order for the loop to work properly.
  [System.Collections.ArrayList]$buildsPlusOne = $builds

  foreach ($build in $buildsPlusOne) {
    [void][version]::TryParse($build, [ref]$buildVersion)
    $releaseId = "$($buildVersion.Major).$($buildVersion.Minor).$($buildVersion.Build)"

    if ($releaseId -ne $previousReleaseId -and $previousReleaseId -ne $null) {
      $mapping.add($previousReleaseId, $previousBuildId)

    $previousReleaseId = $releaseId
    $previousBuildId = $build

  return $mapping

function GetFilename($url, $releasesMapping, $release, $arch) {
  # Sorted to most likely to less likely to avoid unneeded tests
  $filenamePatterns = @(
  $filename64bitsPatterns = @(
  $filename32bitsPatterns = @(

  if ($arch -eq "x64") {
    $folderArchPattern = "x86_64"
    $filenameArchPatterns = $filename64bitsPatterns
  } else {
    $folderArchPattern = "x86"
    $filenameArchPatterns = $filename32bitsPatterns

  $urlFolder = "${url}$($releasesMapping.$release)/win/$folderArchPattern/"

  # No need to go further if the folder doesn't even exist. i.e. typically
  # the case when only 32 bits version are available.
  if (!(IsUrlValid "$urlFolder")) {
    Write-Debug "$urlFolder doesn't exist"
    return $null

  [System.Collections.ArrayList]$filenames = @()

  # Build all possible URL variants with filename patterns and arch patterns
  foreach ($filename in $filenamePatterns) {
    foreach ($archPattern in $filenameArchPatterns) {
      # Replace template URL by assuming the release id is used, e.g. 6.2.0
      [void]$filenames.Add($($filename -Replace "\[VERSION\]","$release" -Replace "\[ARCH\]","$archPattern"))
      # Replace template URL by assuming the build id is used instead, e.g.
      [void]$filenames.Add($($filename -Replace "\[VERSION\]","$($releasesMapping.$release)" -Replace "\[ARCH\]","$archPattern"))

  # Test all the filename variants we crafted
  foreach ($filename in $filenames) {
    $completeUrl = "${urlFolder}${filename}"
    Write-Debug "Testing $completeUrl..."
    # As soon we have a valid URL, break the loop and go to the next release
    if (IsUrlValid "$completeUrl") {
      Write-Debug "Testing $completeUrl is valid."
      return "$completeUrl"
  return $null

# Generate an array with all the LibreOffice versions that exist from one
# version to another with checksums and valid links at the time.
function GetLibOVersions($fromVersion, $toVersion) {

  # Define table and columns
  # src.:
  $table = New-Object System.Data.DataTable
  $table.columns.add($(New-Object System.Data.DataColumn Version))
  $table.columns.add($(New-Object System.Data.DataColumn Build))
  $table.columns.add($(New-Object System.Data.DataColumn Url64))
  $table.columns.add($(New-Object System.Data.DataColumn Checksum64))
  $table.columns.add($(New-Object System.Data.DataColumn Url32))
  $table.columns.add($(New-Object System.Data.DataColumn Checksum32))

  $latestStillVersion = GetLatestStillVersionFromLibOUpdateChecker
  $latestStillBranch  = $latestStillVersion.Split(".")[0,1] -Join '.'
  $latestFreshVersion = GetLatestFreshVersionFromLibOUpdateChecker
  $latestFreshBranch  = $latestFreshVersion.Split(".")[0,1] -Join '.'

  # Get all versions from the downloadarchive according to the limits
  # specified above.
  $url = ''
  $builds = GetAllBuildsFromMirrorBrainUrl $url | Sort-Object
  $releasesMapping = BuildLibOReleasesToBuildsMapping $builds
  foreach ($release in $releasesMapping.Keys) {

    $releaseBranch = $release.Split(".")[0,1] -Join '.'

    # These first 2 conditions ensures if the loop continue that we are in
    # the interval, since the array is properly sorted (lower to greater).
    if ($release -lt $fromVersion) {
    } elseif ($release -gt $toVersion) {
    # Imagine we ask to generate released builds from 6.2.7 to 6.3.2.
    # There might be on the server builds 6.2.8 and 6.3.3, the later might
    # not have been released by TDF yet. Avoid this.
    } elseif (($releaseBranch -eq $latestStillBranch -and $release -gt $latestStillVersion) -or
              ($releaseBranch -eq $latestFreshBranch -and $release -gt $latestFreshVersion)) {

    $row = $table.NewRow()
    $row.Version = $release
    $row.Build = $releasesMapping.$release

    # Find 64 bits version if any. At the beginning of the LibreOffice
    # project, there weren't 64 bits versions for Windows.
    $row.Url64 = GetFilename $url $releasesMapping $release "x64"
    $row.Checksum64 = GetBuildHashFromMirrorBrainUrl $row.Url64

    $row.Url32 = GetFilename $url $releasesMapping $release "x86"
    $row.Checksum32 = GetBuildHashFromMirrorBrainUrl $row.Url32


  # If versions are under CDN replace the links with the ones from the CDN
  # instead. We assume, all released builds in the stable folder are those
  # that are being under CDN.
  $url = ''
  $builds = GetAllBuildsFromMirrorBrainUrl $url | Sort-Object
  # $releasesMapping is an ordered dictionnary containing
  # mappings like 6.2.0 =>
  $releasesMapping = New-Object -TypeName System.Collections.Specialized.OrderedDictionary  
  foreach ($release in $builds) {
    $releasesMapping.Add($release, $release)
  foreach ($release in $releasesMapping.Keys) {
    foreach ($row in $table) {
      if ($row.Version -eq $release) {
        $row.Url64 = GetFilename $url $releasesMapping $release "x64"
        $row.Url32 = GetFilename $url $releasesMapping $release "x86"

  # Powershell doesn't have all the enumerable tools implemented with the
  # .NET collections reponsible of the proper unrolling arrays/collections,
  # which means if we want our DataTable to be returned under this type,
  # we need to wrap the collection into a dummy array with a heading comma
  # operator.
  # src.:
  return ,$table

function GetLibOVersionsWithoutFromVersion($fromVersion, $toVersion) {

  $versions = GetLibOVersions $from $to

  # Discard the first version since it is the current one that has already
  # been pushed to Chocolatey.
  if ($versions.Rows.Count -gt 0) {

  # Casting needed for the same reason as above
  return ,$versions

function GetLibOExactVersion($version) {
    $versions = GetLibOVersions $version $version
    return $versions.Rows[0]

function AddLibOVersionsToStreams($streams, $branch, $from, $to) {

  $versions = GetLibOVersionsWithoutFromVersion $from $to

  foreach ($row in $versions) {

    # The package variable needs to be a hashtable. Therefore, we cannot use
    # an OrderedDictionary. Tradeoff: The dictionary keys will unfortunately
    # appear in random order.
    # $row is a DataRow, we have to convert manually to a hashtable.
    $package = @{}
    $package.Version = $row.Version
    $package.URL64 = $row.URL64
    $package.Checksum64 = $row.Checksum64
    $package.URL32 = $row.URL32
    $package.Checksum32 = $row.Checksum32
    $package.FileType = $package.URL32 -Replace ".*",""
    if ($branch -eq "still") {
      $package.PackageName = "libreoffice-still"
      $package.Title = "LibreOffice Still"
    } else {
      $package.PackageName = "libreoffice-fresh"
      $package.Title = "LibreOffice Fresh"
    # Add package to streams. By adding the branch name to the hashtable
    # key name, we are hacking the way AU streams are working here
    # (bypassing hashtables key unicity) in order to avoid gaps when
    # updating LibreOffice versions.
    $streams.Add("$($package.Version).$branch", $package)

  return $streams

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