[UCI-Linux] Fedora Core 2 Update: slang-1.4.9-12

Mike Iglesias IGLESIAS at uci.edu
Thu Dec 2 10:13:50 PST 2004

From: Adrian Havill <havill at redhat.com>
To: fedora-announce-list at redhat.com
Date: Wed, 01 Dec 2004 15:16:53 -0500
Subject: Fedora Core 2 Update: slang-1.4.9-12

Fedora Update Notification

Product     : Fedora Core 2
Name        : slang
Version     : 1.4.9
Release     : 12
Summary     : The shared library for the S-Lang extension language.
Description :
S-Lang is an interpreted language and a programming library.  The
S-Lang language was designed so that it can be easily embedded into
a program to provide the program with a powerful extension language.
The S-Lang library, provided in this package, provides the S-Lang
extension language.  S-Lang's syntax resembles C, which makes it easy
to recode S-Lang procedures in C if you need to.

Update Information:

This slang fixes a very slight horizontal line artifact (one too long) that
would be seen on non-Red Hat patched versions of mc and other applications
that drew horizontal lines.
* Thu Nov 04 2004 Adrian Havill <havill at redhat.com> 1.4.9-12

- re-sync old debian patch to latest 1.4.9 sources
- consolidate rhat hacks, fix SLsmg_draw_hline() artifact (#138445)

* Wed Nov 03 2004 Adrian Havill <havill at redhat.com> 1.4.9-7

- fixed potentional two buffer overflows (#120291)
- fixed date-in-future in %changelog

* Sun Aug 01 2004 Alan Cox <alan at redhat.com>

- fixed requires so slang-devel pulls in libtermcap-devel (#125299)

* Tue Jun 15 2004 Elliot Lee <sopwith at redhat.com>

- rebuilt

This update can be downloaded from:

934ef5548fb3045ef7573e1372d15a8a  SRPMS/slang-1.4.9-12.src.rpm
30a01ad3ff46e22772a7f0dff83573cf  x86_64/slang-1.4.9-12.x86_64.rpm
4b5ebaf3a2648d6cf5365a28fb8d6c7a  x86_64/slang-devel-1.4.9-12.x86_64.rpm
2a7d40bb7efb7137ee444b376cb82820  i386/slang-1.4.9-12.i386.rpm
6cbde9c02238b4bbb15860fcb9b3e11b  i386/slang-devel-1.4.9-12.i386.rpm

This update can also be installed with the Update Agent; you can
launch the Update Agent with the 'up2date' command.

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